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Cultivating A Multiethnic Community

Geno Olison

Geno Olison

Pastor, South Suburban Vineyard
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People of different ethnicities are preaching, leading worship, greeting, making leadership decisions, and more at Geno and Shannon Olison’s church, the South Suburban Vineyard in Flossmoor, Illinois. As they felt the call to church plant, God gave them vision for a beautiful, healthy multi-ethnic church. Hear more of their story here:

If you’re interested in planting or support multiethnic Vineyard churches, Multiply Vineyard will be hosting a workshop and a lunch at the Better Together 2018 Vineyard Diversity Conference.
The Why and How of Starting New Vineyard Churches
Have you ever felt a nudge toward more leadership? Or have you desired to see a church that meets a new population in your community? The Vineyard wants to be constantly forming new and diverse communities of disciples of Jesus that are missionally-minded, Spirit-empowered, and multiplying churches who are committed to embodying the words and works of Jesus in every area of human life. Join us for a practical and interactive discussion of how you can discern your calling, develop your leadership, and extend the kingdom.
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