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Every pastor’s vision, church, and community are unique. 

And there are specific activities that all church leaders are invited to participate in that producing the discipleship multiplication that we’re looking for.

The model we follow is pretty simple as we focus on these four key areas: evangelism, discipleship, leadership development, and focused church planter training. This is the main and the plain, as we say in the Vineyard, of church multiplication. We are here to resource you to be even more effective in these areas.


We are a people of the kingdom of God who pursue culturally relevant mission in the world. We believe that evangelism is one of the most important priorities for anyone who wants to be part of helping God’s kingdom grow and multiply. Healthy Vineyard churches and leaders can never let up on the gas pedal of evangelism for a few key reasons.


Discipleship is the heart and soul of Christian life, and of every healthy church. Jesus has called each one of us to follow him and learn to be just like him. He has invited us to cultivate the kind of integrity and character he has. To develop the intimacy with the Father that he enjoys. To bring peace, truth and healing the way that he did. And while we do all that, to teach others around us how to do the same.

Leadership Development

Healthy churches—ones that are developing, growing, and maturing—need to be continually recruiting, developing, and empowering new leaders. A new leader can greatly multiply what you can do in evangelism, discipleship, and other areas of ministry.


Focused Church Planter Training

Training is a vital piece to a church planter’s health and success. We value knowledge and preparation and encourage potential church planters to seek out guidance and training from our local and regional pastors.


Our team of specialists are experts in their areas and some of the best that the Vineyard has to offer.

Harry Fritzenshaft


Harry Fritzenschaft
Partnering with planters and pastors through thought-provoking dialogue, accountability, and encouragement to enable them to achieve their goals.


Ben Folman
Support throughout the process of discovering whether planting a Vineyard church might be a good fit for you.

La Viña

Rubén Quintero
This team is here to support you as you reach out to the Spanish speakers in your community. Utilize resources available in Spanish including booklets, coaching, conferences, training, and more.

Asian American Church Planting

Kenneth Kwan & Dennis Liu
Support and encouragement in a multigenerational and multicultural approach for building new Asian American churches.

Neighborhood Collective

Jay Pathak
Resources and support as we continue to experiment with church planting strategies designed to connect with people right where we live, our very own neighborhoods.

Vineyard Justice Network

Kathy Maskell
VJN empowers pastors and leaders to pursue and enact the justice of God’s kingdom by providing the resources, coaching, and the relationships needed to engage in issues of justice.

Corey Garris


Corey Garris
Our Multisite Team has assembled the very best learnings and resources from Vineyard multisite churches and other model experts to help you build one church in many locations.

Large Launch

Joel Lowery
The Large Launch initiative provides a clear path for church planters who have the calling and capacity to begin a large church, where they can receive training, support, and funding.

Small Town USA

Michael Houle
Small Town USA is a group of churches teaming up to plant Vineyard churches in small towns across America and equipping planters with blogs, triad partnerships, webinars, conferences, and more.

Disciple Making Movements

David Hinman
DMM is a strategy to help you engage those who may not attend a church service on Sunday morning by interacting with the bible together, developing leaders, getting coaching, and more.

Support for Marriages and Families

Kurt Attaway
Healthy relationships are a vital necessity for any kind of effectiveness and longevity in ministry. If married, we want to resource our church planters to have the best marriages possible.