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NP Partnership of Churches seeking partners to adopt NPSD elementary schools

Madeline Bergman, left, North Penn School District communications and development specialist and Chris Benner, right, pastor of Calvary Fellowship Lansdale, listen to Max Jaouen, pastor of Lansdale United Methodist Church during a meeting of the North Penn Partnership of Churches. Lansdale United Methodist hosted the event. Thursday, September 11, 2014. Photo by Geoff Patton 
Plains Mennonite Church pastor Mike Derstine welcomes group at a meetin of the North Penn Partnership of Churches. Thursday, September 11, 2014. Photo by Geoff Patton 


LANSDALE >> An area coalition of churches is looking for ways to help its community, and is reaching out to the North Penn School District to do so.



On Thursday morning the North Penn Partnership of Churches kicked off its second year of existence by announcing its plans to connect area churches with NPSD’s 13 elementary schools.



“What would it look like if every church in the region adopted a school?” said J.R. Briggs of Renew Community and informal leader of NPPoC.




“Maybe even have two churches per school, to take it in whatever direction we want. Here’s the deal — it is not our agenda of what we think the school needs, it is us going to the principal of that school saying ‘We’re here to help,’” he said.