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Reaching Small Towns Through Multisites

Jimm Wood

Jimm Wood

Co-Senior Pastor, Hope Vineyard Church
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Do you have a vision for another Vineyard church in the next town over? Have you thought multisite might be an effective way to plant churches in neighboring communities? Maybe you have some leaders you are preparing to send out who would benefit from more continued support from you, your staff, and the sending church. Learn how multisite models of church planting are being used across the USA to extend the gospel from this conversation with pastors Jimm Wood and Leah Wenger.

What will you learn from this webinar:

  • Vision for how small towns are great places to plant churches
  • How multisites can be the safest way to plant a church
  • The challenges of planting a multisite in a small town

“Small town pastoring has given me the opportunity to see myself as not just the pastor of a building, but so see the city as my parish.” —Jimm Wood

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Webinar Timeline:

3:04 – Why multisite? Why small towns?
10:40 – Stories of planting small town multisites
29:04 – Advantages of multisite in a small town
46:06 – Challenges of multisite in a small town
51:51 – How multisites connect to their sending church.

“Being bivocational opens up a dialogue with people in our community.” — Robb Swanson


Resources:

Panelists

Jimm Wood, Senior Pastor, Hope Vineyard, Paxton, IL – Regional Representative for Multiply Vineyard in the Midwest South Region
Leah Wenger, Mahomet Campus Pastor, Mahomet, IL
Robb Swanson, Park Rapids Campus Pastor, Park Rapids, MN

“Planting multisite churches is the safest way to church plant…We get to bring high quality church to small towns.” —Leah Wenger

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