As a church planter or missional community leader, your calling is clear. You are starting a new community. It’s urgent. And it’s next.
You desire grassroots, authentic, and relational strategies for growing your community – not just in attendance numbers, but in maturity and engagement.
Of course, there are challenges. Starting something from the ground up requires an intensive effort to introduce yourself to your city.
A lot is at stake in the early months. You have a limited amount of time to develop a DNA of invitation and outreach. From securing funding to launching strong, you are working tirelessly. It can feel like you’re working against the odds.
We’ve been there. We started as a church plant in 2012. Since that time, we have experimented with a new approach to outreach and local missions. We watched our email list grow, but more importantly, we felt like we had become part of the fabric of our city.
Recently we started training churches in our community to host and facilitate Popup Think Tanks for non-profits and small businesses in our city.
We are on the verge of something that will change how we activate a missional imagination for generations to come.
We help startup churches grow their impact with genuine partnerships. Our process makes it easy so that your team spends less time planning events and more time making connections.
Learn more about how this process builds teams, develops leaders, and activates mission.