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Last Thursday evening, October 9th, almost 300 people gathered at Willowdale Chapel in Kennett Square to listen in to some amazing global and local speakers at Q Commons.
The evening featured Pastor Tim Keller, from Redeemer Presbyterian Church in NYC and Ann Voskamp, author of 1000 Gifts, via simulcast and then turned it turned our attention to local organizations with a panel of speakers that included Joshua Knott, Chaplain of Good Neighbors.
In his role as Chaplain to the board of Good Neighbors, Joshua Knott spoke at Q Commons Kennett Square on a panel entitled, “Local Organizations and Collaboration.” Kate Uhler, case manager at Kennett Area Community Service and volunteer leader with Family Promise, and Linda Mercner, director of YoungMoms, also spoke on the panel, which was moderated by Molly Henry.
Q Commons is a semiannual event with Q Ideas (qideas.org/), a nonprofit organization based in Nashville whose aim is to mobilize Christians to advance the common good in society. Q Commons Kennett Square was hosted by the Constellation Network (theconstellationnetwork.com), a new multi-church, multi-organization movement in southern Chester County that seeks to collaborate, accelerate, and incubate ventures for the common good.
Photo Credit: Kairos Photography by Jessica Zubrod