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Addie Sanders Banks

Executive Director

The Groundswell Group

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The Groundswell Group

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Background Information

Employment History

Regional Director, Mennonite Voluntary Service, NYC

Columbia University


Executive Director and The Groundswell Project

Addie Banks


Affiliations

The Mennonite

Board Member


BOARD

Member


The EB

Member of the Executive Committee


Anabaptist Peace Center

Board Member


Education

master's degrees

Metropolitan College of New York


Web References(50 Total References)


Seeking peace in their cities, urban leaders gather in Philadelphia - Mennonite Church USA

mennoniteusa.org [cached]

"Being a peace church isn't just about not going to war-it's about manifesting God's kingdom in our own communities," said speaker Addie Banks, executive director at The Groundswell Group in the Bronx, N.Y.
Banks said the symposium provided opportunities for her to learn from colleagues in new ways. "Each of us has a tool. We all need tools to do our work, and gathering here with one another is like assembling a toolkit." During plenary sessions, Banks; Al Taylor, pastor of Infinity Mennonite Church of Harlem, New York, N.Y.; and Ertell Whigham, associate pastor of Nueva Vida Norristown New Life, Norristown, Pa., and executive minister of Franconia Mennonite Conference, shared "best practices" from their ministries.


Seeking peace in their cities, urban leaders gather in Philadelphia - Mennonite Church USA

mennoniteusa.org [cached]

"Being a peace church isn't just about not going to war-it's about manifesting God's kingdom in our own communities," said speaker Addie Banks, executive director at The Groundswell Group in the Bronx, N.Y.
Banks said the symposium provided opportunities for her to learn from colleagues in new ways. "Each of us has a tool. We all need tools to do our work, and gathering here with one another is like assembling a toolkit." During plenary sessions, Banks; Al Taylor, pastor of Infinity Mennonite Church of Harlem, New York, N.Y.; and Ertell Whigham, associate pastor of Nueva Vida Norristown New Life, Norristown, Pa., and executive minister of Franconia Mennonite Conference, shared "best practices" from their ministries.


Guest Speakers & Special Music at Chelsea Community Church in New York City | Chelsea Church

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January 5 Rev. Addie Banks (Mennonite) is minister at large at King of Glory Tabernacle in the Bronx and on the ministry staff of Infinity Mennonite Church in Harlem.
A spiritual director, she also works at Riverside Church on building "The Beloved Community" within the congregation. She is executive director of King of Glory's Groundswell Research Center, in a partnership with Bronx Lebanon Hospital, and co-chairs the Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition. In June she ended eight years of service on the executive committee of the national governing board of her denomination, Mennonite Church USA. She holds two master's degrees from the Metropolitan College of New York. December 30 Rev. Addie Banks (Mennonite) is part of the ministry team at Infinity Mennonite Church in Harlem. She is co-chair of the Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition, an interfaith organization, and is a member of the executive committee of the national governing board of her denomination, Mennonite Church USA. A spiritual director, she is executive director of the Groundswell Group, which provides mediation and conflict resolution and works with community organizations. She holds two master's degrees from the Metropolitan College of New York, one in public affairs.


mcc.org

"Being a peace church isn't just about not going to war - it's about manifesting God's kingdom in our own communities," said speaker Addie Banks, executive director at The Groundswell Group in the Bronx, N.Y.
Banks said the symposium provided opportunities for her to learn from colleagues in new ways. "Each of us has a tool. We all need tools to do our work, and gathering here with one another is like assembling a toolkit." During plenary sessions, Banks; Al Taylor, pastor of Infinity Mennonite Church of Harlem, New York, N.Y.; and Ertell Whigham, associate pastor of Nueva Vida Norristown New Life, Norristown, Pa., and executive minister of Franconia Mennonite Conference, shared "best practices" from their ministries.


mcc.org

Other seminar facilitators include Tammy Alexander, senior legislative associate for the MCC Washington Office, Washington, D.C.; Pastor MoisésAngustia, associate and youth pastor for IglesiaMenonitaUnida de Avivamiento (United Revival Mennonite Church), New York, N.Y.; Addie Banks, executive director at The Groundswell Group in the Bronx, N.Y.; Calenthia Dowdy, director of faith initiatives at Philadelphia FIGHT and associate professor of youth ministry at Eastern University in St. Davids, Pa.; Minister Lesley Francisco of C3, Hampton, Va.; Glen Alexander Guyton of San Antonio, Texas; EwuareOsayande, anti-oppression coordinator for MCC U.S., Philadelphia, Pa.; Rev. Al Taylor, pastor of Infinity Mennonite Church of Harlem, New York, N.Y.; and ChantelleTodman Moore of Philadelphia.


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