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The Gotham Fellowship

A 9-Month Professional Learning Community for Cultural Renewal

Now accepting applications for 2022-23!

Can Christians impact the city?

Is my work relevant to my faith beyond my ability to tithe?

How can the fullness of the Gospel influence believers’ understanding of work and how it relates to the common good for the welfare of the community?

If these questions stir something in you, then you should consider applying for the Gotham Fellowship.

The Gotham Fellowship is a nine-month, deep-dive into how our faith relates to our work, with an eye towards cultural renewal.

The curriculum was developed by Katherine Leary Alsdorf and Tim Keller of Redeemer in New York City (the Center for Faith & Work is now under the City-to-City Project.)

It is an intensive training program that integrates three primary elements—theology, spiritual formation, and community formation—for the social, cultural, and spiritual revitalization of our community.

WHAT DO THE GOTHAM FELLOWS IN ORLANDO HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE?

The Heart of Gotham

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Theological Training

At the core of our program is the commitment to consider how the Gospel impacts every area of life. We develop a worldview that draws from the deep resources of classical theologians and the Reformed tradition, and is sufficiently robust to engage our diverse and complex culture.

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Spiritual Formation

Gotham fosters personal, spiritual and professional development through daily devotions and spiritual formation exercises.

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Community Formation

Gotham is a community of learners, from diverse backgrounds, churches, and vocations, who are committed to each others’ spiritual growth and calling to serve the common good of the city.

Fellowship Benefits

  • Increased Gospel worldview depth and sustainability
  • A defined sense of mission for career
  • A strategy for cultural renewal
  • Opportunity to learn from experienced Christian leaders
  • Community-based learning
  • A "tool belt" of spiritual formation exercises for life-long use*
  • An integrated curriculum of theology, worldview, faith and work
  • Prominent guest lecturers
  • Group discussions and collaborative learning
  • Guided devotional and spiritual formation
  • Relationships with seasoned Christians active in the various spheres in the marketplace

The Details

If you have any questions regarding the Gotham Fellowship and your discernment with applying, email Case Thorp at case@collaborativeorlando.com.