10 Articles that will Accelerate the Multisite Movement at your Church

Currently there are more than 8,000 multisite churches across America and more than 1,600 mega churches (churches of more than 2,000 people in weekly attendance). While both are growing, the multisite church movement has outpaced the mega church movement in America. What was once seen as only a Band-Aid strategy for space issues at mega churches has become a vehicle for growth in local churches of all kinds and all sizes (the average size a church goes multisite is around 850-1200). “Multi” doesn’t mean “Mega” anymore.

If your church is considering going multisite or stuck somewhere along the way these articles will help you move in the right direction!

7 Multisite Myths

There are a lot of misconceptions floating around out there about the multisite movement. Here are the most popular 7 that I hear as I work with churches around the country.

8 Things to Consider Before you Multisite

Is your church considering multisite as a part of your future strategy? You need to dig into these 8 ideas with your Sr. Leadership Team first!

Multisite Fast Facts

15 quick hitting facts about the multisite movement based on national research!

5 Differences between Church Planting and Multisite

A church plant and a multisite campus are distinctly different animals. You better know the difference before you begin!

What is a Campus Pastor?

Many churches are trying to figure out this new role in church-world. This post will help you define it in your context.

3 Organizational Shifts that Multisite Churches Experience

Going multisite will change everything at your church. Here are 3 organizational shifts that multisite churches go through as they grow.

Building a Central Service Team in a Multisite Model

If you’re leading in a multisite church eventually you’re going to be faced with the tension of building a centralized team that supports decentralized and geographically separated campuses.

Launching Multisite Campuses is the Easy Part

“Launching multisite campuses is the easier part of multisiting. Managing the inter-campus relationships and the restructuring necessary to accommodate a growing multisite strategy is the more difficult part. Multisite is not for the faint-of-heart!”

The Difference between a Campus Pastor and a Church Planter

There’s a big difference between a Campus Pastor and a Church Planter. Put a Church Planter in place to lead your next multisite campus and you’re in for trouble!

What makes a great Campus Pastor a Great Campus Pastor?

Do you know what you’re looking for in your next Campus Pastor? Don’t miss these 7 qualities that every great Campus Pastor has!

I’d like to invite you to participate in the next Multisite Coaching Network offered by the Unstuck Group. The next network begins in October, lasts nine months, and include two-day gatherings in October, January and April, in Colorado Springs, CO plus 90-minute video conferences in the months when we don’t gather in person.

Learn from leaders who have served in some of the largest multisite churches in the country about developing a strategy and structure for growing the impact of one church in multiple locations.

For more information and to get your application in to reserve your spot in the next network follow this link!

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