May/June 2024

About this issue: 

In the 21st century, the concept of a third space — a place between work and home to build community and foster connections — is fading, with nearly 50% of Americans reportedly feeling alone. Historically, the church has served as a popular third space, but as people continue to step away from religious settings, a need for determining a new third space has presented itself. This highlights the need for the church to rethink ministry and engage in meaningful social and spiritual interactions.