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Location: Hollywood, CA
An interdenominational church committed to bringing a greater sense of love, joy, beauty, justice and peace to the neighborhood and to the world. We desire to help people live out their calling, walk with God, become people of welcome, embody the ministry of reconciliation and live faithfully in the story of God.
Kairos West LA
Location: Santa Monica, CA
Kairos West LA is one of two Kairos neighborhood churches in Los Angeles. We are gathering a variety of wounded people together, crying out to our Creator to “breathe new life into us.” Through this new life we desire to see broken communities become communities of faith and see God’s kingdom come to earth neighborhood by neighborhood.
New Denver Church
Denver is a great city. Thriving culture, amazing weather, and of course, magnificent scenery. But the people of Denver are great too, and we believe that God is extending his transforming grace and restoration to the thousands of people that call Denver home. We want to be part of that vision and mission, creating a local community of people who follow Jesus, embody his grace, and extend his love to the whole city.
The mission of New Denver Church is to lead people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ. We don’t believe a church is simply a building or set of programs but rather a community of people. Our prayer is that this new community of people will be known by their authentic relationships with one another and the way they share God’s love with the people of Denver. We also believe that those who have never been a part of a church like this should experience acceptance, grace, and ultimately, what it means to have a growing relationship with Jesus Christ.”
Location: Miami, FL
Rhythm Church began brewing about three years before it was actually planted. That’s when a circle of friends in Miami began feeling that God was calling us to give birth to a fresh expression of the church in the future. The simple question we began with was, “What does it look like to follow Jesus in the place and time?”
“As one of our leaders headed off to seminary, we decided to meet up every six months or so for a retreat. We shared meals, laughed, caught up on stories, and pressed into God seeking vision about the future. When our church officially went “public” we met in a home for four months before moving into a church building next to the University of Miami. A handful of families within the community are in the process of relocating to this neighborhood. We want to commit to a people and a place. It seems everybody is into upward-mobility these days but we feel Jesus calling us to practice downward mobility; to live close enough to share possessions, have common prayer times, and help raise one another’s kids. We like the idea of a network of neighborhood churches working together – so once we have enough people coming to our church from another part of the city we’ll look at starting a neighborhood church there.
We chose the name Rhythm because that single word describes the sort of common life we’re seeking. Through daily and weekly practices we’re trying to align our lives to a common rhythm – a rhythm that’s in tune with God’s kingdom, that revolves around worship and mission, loving God and loving others. Rhythm is co-pastored by Keas Keasler and Matt Alexander.
Boise Church Plant
Location: Boise, ID
Boise Mustard Seed is a newly forming church community of Jesus followers who have their hearts set on living out the grace and peace of Christ in the city of Boise and the Greater Boise Metro Area. We endeavor to live out the Way of Jesus in innovative forms through an incarnational approach within our context. As such, we are learning to live like Jesus individually and together – amongst friends, neighbors, and future friends – in a way that expresses God’s Kingdom more fully. In this way, we hope to cultivate the formation of more missional communities in our neighborhoods of Boise, and to seed other missional communities around the city, throughout the Northwest, and the world.
Life on the Vine
Location: Buffalo Grove, IL
Life on the Vine is a community following Christ in the northwest suburbs of Chicago. We seek to be transformed by “living in Christ,” exist communally “with one another,” and to always be oriented toward “God’s mission in the world.” In these ways we hope to be a missional presence in our neighborhoods and to seed other missional communities.
Location: Fort Wayne, IN
Christ Church is a newly forming community in Fort Wayne, Indiana. We are seeking to cultivate and multiply communities of worship, formation and mission all over the Fort Wayne region. We seek to become an embodied witness to the resurrection of Jesus Christ, joining with God in the renewal of all things in word and action.
Cornerstone Community Church
Location: Columbia, MD
Cornerstone is a church in Columbia, MD. Their mission is: “Living and sharing the profound impact of God’s love in caring, creative and credible ways, so seekers and believers can grow to their full potential in Christ.”
Location: Odenton, MD
Crossroads is striving to be a missional church. We understand the privilege that Christ-followers have of being Christ’s representatives in our world, and we are hard at work on the process of making the sense of always being “on mission” with God an increasing reality in the every-day lives of our people. At Crossroads, encouraging our people to understand, embrace, and grow in their practice of being on mission everyday takes a variety of forms.
Location: Owings Mills, MD
Pathways is a missional community learning to follow Jesus in the northern suburbs of Baltimore. Loving God, loving others and making lovers, Pathways seeks to reveal the Kingdom through every day life and in every context it finds itself. “Doing life with God and others in public,” Pathways works to change the very nature of the conversations, actions and attitudes in homes, neighborhoods, employment centers and third places throughout Harford County.
The Evergreen Community
They are a young church, with multiple congregations around Portland, OR. Evergreen is pastored by Bob Hyatt, Chris Leonardo, and Dustin Bagby. We are excited to join with them in multiplying gospel communities throughout the Mid-West. If you’ve got some extra time – check out Bob (bobhyatt.typepad.com) and Dustin’s blog (dustball.blogspot.com).
Bridge Community Church
Location: Easton, PA
Bridge Community Church (BCC) is a growing number of individuals committed to journeying together as we follow Christ in a world of PARADOX – a world filled simultaneously with tears of JOY and SADNESS, LAUGHTER and GRIEF, LOVE and PAIN. As we journey together, our commitment is to following Jesus with increasing dependency on the grace of the gospel (our COMMUNION)… following Jesus with deepening intimacy with others (our COMMUNITY)… and following Jesus with a growing passion for loving and blessing others (our CO-MISSION)! It is a journey no one should travel alone!
East End Ecclesia
Location: Pittsburgh, PA
East End Ecclesia is an urban, multicultural, missional church starting in Pittsburgh’s East End. East End Ecclesia’s mission is “seeking to be what God intended”: seeking to reflect God’s intention for Creation by living out and proclaiming God’s coming kingdom; seeking to function in obedience to God’s intention for His Church by living in obedience to His revealed word and collectively existing for the continuation of His overarching mission to restore that which has been lost in the fall; and seeking to mature into God’s intention for the individual by growing in obedience to and intimacy with our Creator.
Location: Feasterville, PA
The Well is a community of people who seek to, be formed around the scriptures and prayer…called to act as the hands and feet of Jesus, and proclaim the message of Jesus, in Feasterville, Bucks County, Philadelphia and the world. We are deeply passionate about seeing the church be continually sent out into the workplace, neighborhoods and everyday places that we live with emphasizing issues of justice, community, discipleship and Church unity.
the Renew Community
Location: Lansdale, PA
The Renew Community is a faith community of and for skeptics & dreamers in the Greater Philadelphia Area. We are a Jesus community attempting to live out fresh expressions and fresh extensions of the Story of God in our context. We want to be known more for our sending capacity than our seating capacity, which is also why we developed the year old residency program called the Renew Apprenticeship Program to equip and send leaders out to plant and pastor churches. Our unique structure involves alternating expressions on weekends between our large group gatherings and our house churches scattered around the region – and we have but one rule: no perfect people allowed.
Redemption Church of Bristol
Location: Bristol, PA
Redemption Church is a plant of The Well in Bristol, PA. Redemption seeks to be an incarnational community, bringing the aroma of Christ to a historic, post-industrial town on the fringe of Philadelphia. Redemption is a community of sinners and skeptics longing for the Redemption of God; a community called to be the hands and feet of Jesus in Bristol, Bucks County, Philadelphia and the world.
Austin Mustard Seed
Location: Austin, TX
The Austin Mustard Seed is a church community in Austin, TX. We are a community of Jesus followers who strive to live as a primary expression of God’s Kingdom. We desire to make that known through our relationships and practices as we live individually and corporately in the Way of Jesus.
A New Community
Sensing the direction and guidance of the Holy Spirit, a small group of people stepped out on faith to form a new church in North Dallas, A New Community. Our community consists of homeless people living in Dallas shelters, folks from transitional housing, Africans who have relocated from Cameroon, Togo, Liberia, and people living in the suburbs of Dallas. In a very humble setting of a warehouse, we gather to worship each week. We believe in a strong community that shares all aspects of life together: the struggles, the disappointments, the celebrations, and the transformation of lives through Christ. We are led by Co-pastors: an African pastor (male) from Cameroon and a (woman) pastor from Dallas, representative of the different aspects of lives in our community. Our strong diversity allows us to embrace our differences and cherish our common faith.A New Community is the place “where God’s great mercy and the world’s great hunger meet.” It is a place we seek to be Christ to our community and to each other.
All Souls Charlottesville
Location: Charlottesville, VA
All souls is a community of friends and soon-to-be friends leaning toward life in the way of Jesus and expending our energy and resources toward the common good of our home, Charlottesville. We will eat together, cry together, and laugh together as we find our hope in God’s intention to make all things new.
Location: Richmond, VA
Imago Dei is seeking to be a fresh expression of Christ’s church by becoming a transformed community who reflects the image of God to metropolitan Richmond so that Richmond might reflect the image of God – spiritually, relationally, and socially.
Location: Blacksburg, VA
NLCF exists to “be a catalytic hub of people and churches that transform the world spiritually, relationally, and socially”. That’s what we are striving for and by the grace of God and the power of the gospel, we are making progress. We are a multi-congregational church of approximately 1,000 people that reaches out to students at Virginia Tech, Radford, and a growing number of community members in the New River Valley. We planted Kairos Church in Los Angeles a few years back and are excited about a new church plant in Richmond VA. We love serving in a college town because we believe our role in the kingdom is to measure our success by our sending capacity and not our seating capacity.
Location: Richmond, VA
R church is a newly forming church in the suburbs of Richmond, Virginia. We find ourselves creating spaces for people in a variety of settings that serve to create community and show people who Jesus is. Seeing people form into disciples of Jesus is what we aim for in all we do. As we take on the posture of a missionary our hope is to create communities that make disciples.
The District Church
The District Church is a new church led by Aaron & Amy Graham that started in 2010 in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC. We seek to be a multiplying network of churches that exists for Christ and the renewal of our city. We offer a leadership residency for people called to plant a church or start an urban ministry.