Partner

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National Partnership

New City Fellows is part of a national movement that began with The Gotham Fellowship in New York. Gotham was launched in September 2008 by Redeemer Presbyterian under the leadership of Rev. Timothy Keller and Katherine Alsdorf. Since then, other fellows initiatives have been launched around the country with a common mission to equip young adults for gospel leadership in the world.

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Local Church Partnership

New City Fellows is an initiative of Holy Trinity Anglican Church with the partnership of Vintage Church and Christ the King Presbyterian Church — three downtown churches with a shared commitment to a flourishing city. We are always open to more local churches and organizations looking to partner in the program, and welcome applicants from any church in the area. Fellows and applicants have come from: The Summit, Midtown Community, Fellowship Raleigh, Church on Morgan, Church of the Apostles, Capital Community, Imago Dei, Sojourn, Waypoint, Christ Baptist, Christ Central, Peace Presbyterian, Redeemer Anglican, Southbridge, and more.

Individual Partnership

New City Fellows is funded through the generous support of the local church and dedicated individuals.  If you are interested in learning about how to contribute to this ministry, please contact Jay Easterling. Contributions designated “scholarship fund” will be used exclusively for Fellows’ tuition scholarships, which cover their program expenses (books, speakers, costs of retreats, etc.).

We at CtK (Christ the King Presbyterian) are thrilled at the chance to partner with Holy Trinity and Vintage—two other churches that share a common context and vision. We believe that the New City Fellows will provide first-rate discipleship training for many. But what really makes this program so exciting is that it provides unique opportunities for Kingdom-minded Christians in our distinct churches to develop friendships and partnerships for the common good.
— Geoff Bradford, Senior Pastor at Christ the King Presbyterian