Church Multiplication

If you feel called or are praying about the possibility of multiplying a new gospel presence, unique to the context of a particular community, you are in the right place. This site will inform you of our standard process across the U.S. and direct you in where to go within the region you feel called as a new church planter. We are honored to walk this journey with you.

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Church Multiplication Inquiry

Contact the district office in the area that you are interested in planting; each district office has its own contextualized process that may vary slightly from region to region.

Assessments

We believe in thoroughly equipping our new church leaders. Assessments are one tool we use to set our leaders up for success. All districts use an assessment process that has been approved by The Foursquare Church. Connect with your district office to get your assessment started today!


Training

Every district uses a 9- to 12-month cohort model for training new church leaders. We are not model specific*, but context and mission specific.

Training topics include self-awareness, strengths and weaknesses, personal family health and relationships, gift assessment, contextualization, kingdom of God, theology, missiology, ecclesiology, discipleship, leadership, cross-cultural skills and church administration.

Coaching

Every district will see to it that you have a competent coach chosen just for you. During the training in the cohort model, there is peer coaching and table coaching that will help you see areas of growth, as well as issues to confront both personally and in the new organization. Each leader will have a coach through the training and development process, and for a season following the launch.


Funding

We provide processes and training for leaders. In addition, new churches may be eligible for funding depending on pre-established benchmarks (some things considered for funding are matching funds according to district fund availability and the church model).


*Multiple models are encouraged because our process is flexible according to context (i.e., congregations as previously defined, simple church networks, partnerships with U.S. mission endeavors). For local churches that have a proven process, the district may serve as a support and partner in funding.