Without a Clear Strategy, Going Multisite Will Get You Multistuck.
When you originally went multisite, I know you started expanding campuses with the desire to reach more people for Jesus.
But, adding campuses adds complexity to your ministry. Strategies that are supposed to help you engage more people, maximize resources and eliminate space constraints can instead knot things up in multiple areas of the ministry.
This shouldn’t keep us from expanding, but if you want to effectively multiply your church’s impact, reaching more people in more places, we have to prepare to do multisite well.
If you find yourself feeling stuck, you’re not the only multisite church feeling like this. And the good news? There IS a way forward.
I am so excited to announce our newest online course
Our team has 100+ years of combined experience leading in effective multisite churches. We wanted to leverage that experience and help churches across the country get unstuck through this online course.
In this course, you can expect to gain—
- Tools for clarifying decision rights, choosing locations, and building volunteer strength for campus launches.
- Clarity on the multisite mindset and gaps your church has in fully adopting it.
- A plan to reduce the tension that tends to develop between central ministry and campus leaders.
- A process to right-size staff and volunteer teams based on the size of your multisite campuses.
- Tools for evaluating the campus pastor role and setting Campus Pastors up for success.
- Best practices for multisite models and for structuring your team.
- Strategies for improving internal and external communication… and more.
And the best part? It’s all on your own time. It’s all formatted to work with your busy schedule. It gives tangible next steps that help you implement your learnings in your unique context.
We’re seeing more and more multisite churches unintentionally find themselves at the point of “un-multisiting,” with senior pastors finding themselves thinking, “How did we get here?”
I want to encourage you to be proactive. Leaders see stuckness first—and they get things moving again.
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