2001

Ginghamsburg’s material assistance and life development ministries become New Path Inc., a non-profit meeting the needs of 50,000 neighbors each year.

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Advent 2004

With the rallying cry that “Christmas is not your birthday,” Ginghamsburg launches its first miracle offering raising $317,000. Seventeen years later the miracle offering has invested nearly $11 million in local-to-global God projects.

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2006

Ginghamsburg, as a leading practitioner within the missional church movement, hosted its first of ten Change the World conferences, challenging church leaders from across the U.S. to transform their communities one life at a time.

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2008

Ginghamsburg merges with Fort McKinley United Methodist Church to create a diverse faith community on the corner of Salem and Siebenthaler Avenues in Dayton.

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2019

Rachel Billups, previously the Tipp City Campus Pastor, is named senior pastor of Ginghamsburg Church, one of the first female pastors to lead a multicampus, megachurch movement.

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