Introducing Art Nava

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We are thrilled to introduce Art Nava, the newest member of our team, who comes with an impressive background and a history of dedicated service to congregations. Some of you may already know Art through his extensive involvement in our Peer Facilitators program, having been a part of the program since its inception in 2015. This program, shepherded by the recently retired Joe Sullivan, has been instrumental in providing support to congregations during board and leadership retreats. Art's longstanding commitment to this initiative reflects his passion for fostering vibrant and thriving congregational life.

In addition to his role as a Peer Facilitator, Art is a valued member of Arlington Street Church in Boston. With a rich history of service, Art has served in various capacities, including board chair, treasurer, worship coordinator, and lead of their tech team responsible for producing weekly hybrid services. This strong base of experience within a congregation adds a unique perspective to Art's approach to supporting congregations in our region as they meet today’s challenges.

As we welcome Art to our team, we celebrate not only his gifts and talents but also his deep connection to the life of a congregation. We believe that his insights and dedication will greatly contribute to the continued success of our mission. Please join us in extending a warm welcome to Art Nava. If you have any questions or wish to connect with him, feel free to reach out directly,, or contact any member of our staff team.