Pegasus Fellowship

The Pegasus Fellowship is an intensive nine-month gospel formation program to equip Christians for cultural renewal in our city.

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Vocation

The task where the sovereign Lord has intentionally placed us, as he calls us to worship, for our formation and to carry out his mission in the word.

Worship

Cultivate an awareness of and receptivity to God’s presence in your everyday life through biblical study, theological training, and spiritual disciplines. The program’s weekly readings, daily devotions, and spiritual practices are oriented to deepen your love for God and your neighbors. 

Formation

Develop Christ-like character and moral responsibility by joining a community of Christ followers from diverse backgrounds and vocations. Weekly discussion-based meetings and monthly shared experiences provide the context for you to grow in your faith and discern the gospel’s transformative power for your life and vocation. 

Mission

Form a redemptive imagination for living out your vocation as part of God’s mission in our city. A capstone project provides an opportunity to integrate the theological and spiritual foundations through your vocation toward cultural renewal in our city.


Leadership Team

Blake Schwarz

Blake Schwarz joined the staff of Park Cities Presbyterian Church in Dallas, TX in 2015 to help build a new faith and work ministry, PCPC@WORK. Blake has served as the volunteer director of The Pegasus Fellowship since 2014. After gaining a deeper and more intimate understanding of the felt need, Blake left his post as Dean of School at The Cambridge School of Dallas to devote his full time attention to developing this program. 

Blake met his wife, Julia Flowers Schwarz, while attending Wake Forest University. He went on to receive his Masters of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary where he served as the TA for Dr. Douglas Kelly, Richard Jordan Professor of Theology. Julia and Blake have two little girls, Margaret and Alice Arthur, and they spend most of their free time enjoying them.


Brett Bradshaw

Brett Bradshaw joined the staff of Park Cities Presbyterian Church in Dallas, TX in 2018 to lead Pegasus Institute initiatives exploring the intersection of calling, leadership, and culture. His desire is to help others grow in Christ and be living witnesses of the gospel in marriages and families; friendships and relationships; and vocations in business, civil service, the church, education, and the arts. Brett met his wife, Andrea, while attending Texas A&M University, and they have a little girl, Elizabeth “Ellie” Grace. Andrea is the woman he delights to love and Ellie the little one who is a daily glimpse of the Kingdom of God.

Brett studied business at Texas A&M and spent a season in consulting before joining the staff at Watermark Community Church. A love for the local Church and a desire to teach grew during this time. He is currently pursuing a Master of Arts in Leadership, Theology, and Society at Regent College.


Gospel Formation for Cultural Renewal