Change is inevitable. Make it transformational. Discomfort with change blocks transformation in churches and individual Christians every day. Yet the current landscape of church in the US is one of inevitable change: shrinking attendance among committed members, population shifts from rural to urban, and increasing numbers of people for whom church is an afterthought, at best. We have now lived through a period of unrelenting forced changes on congregations due to a pandemic. For those churches and their members who can embrace the current and coming changes, there are opportunities to not only survive but to thrive. Church After lays out strategies for moving each of us toward a faith without fear, a faith which embraces change and transitions, and a faith rooted in the Good News of Jesus, which proclaims that we must die to the old to become new. Packed with practical ideas for use with any congregation, Church After utilizes research on brain science and transformative learning to help congregations find transformation in unexpected change. Pastors and lay leaders will find in Church After the essential skills and knowledge to leverage congregational transitions for maximal spiritual growth and individual/congregational transformation.