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Thursday
Mar092017

Urban 2017

Almost two years ago we began to dream about planting 30+ churches in Minneapolis and St Paul on the same day in September 2017.

Over the past two years we have partnered with other networks and evangelical denominations to pray and strategize how we can together increase the presence of the church in these two cities. Some plan to plant multiple churches in 2017 while others continue to seek the right men and women to start a new church in the years to come.

Some church planters couldn't wait until September and have already started. Other church planters are committed to planting but may adjust their timeline until after September. 

We are excited about these new churches starting in Minneapolis and St Paul in 2017 and beyond!

Will you pray for:

  • The new churches launching in 2017
  • The existing congregations
  • God to continue to call people to plant churches in Minneapolis and St Paul as well as throughout Minnesota?

 

Thursday
Jul232015

URBAN 2017

People matter to God, whether they live in rural, suburban or urban areas. We desire that every person in Minnesota has an opportunity to be a part of a faith community where he/she hears about Jesus and grows in faith. Churches are needed in all parts of Minnesota - rural, suburban and urban. As we continue our church planting efforts across Minnesota, we are gearing up for a major outpouring of urban church plants.

In September 2017 we want to launch 30+ churches on the same day in our largest urban areas: Minneapolis and St Paul. 

The estimated population of the cities of Minneapolis and St Paul was 704,847 in 2014. Although there were 39 Assemblies of God churches within the city limits of Minneapolis and St Paul in July 2015, the presence of the church needs to increase. We have joined with Urban Islands Project and CityReach Network to increase the presence of the church in Minneapolis and St Paul. Additionally, we are networking with other evangelical denominations to increase their church planting efforts.

We are looking for church planters, parent churches, and students (Urban One program) to participate in this effort. If you are interested or would like more information, please email us at info@mnchurchplanting.com.

Neighborhoods in Minneapolis that currently do not have an Assemblies of God church:
Armatage, Beltrami, Bottineau, Bryant, Bryn Mawr, CARAG, Cedar-Isles-Dean, Cedar-Riverside, Central, Cleveland, Columbia Park, Como, Cooper, Corcoran, Diamond Lake, Downtown East, East Calhoun, East Harriet, East Isles, Elliot Park, Ericsson, Field, Folwell, Fulton, Hale, Harrison, Hiawatha, Holland, Howe, Keewaydin, Kenny, Kenwood, King Field, Lind-Bohanon, Linden Hills, Logan Park, Loring Park, Lowry Hill, Lynnhurst, Marcy-Holmes, Marshall Terrace, McKinley, Minnehaha, Morris Park, Near North, Nicollet Island/East Bank, Northeast Park, Northrop, Page, Phillips West, Midtown Phillips, Prospect Park, Regina, Sheridan, Shingle Creek, St Anthony East, St Anthony West, Steven’s Square-Loring Heights, Tangletown, Waite Park, Webber-Camden, Wenonah, West Calhoun, Whittier, Windom, Windom Park
(Average Minneapolis neighborhood population = 4,587)

Neighborhoods in St Paul that currently do not have an Assemblies of God church:
Como, Dayton’s Bluff, Downtown, Eastview/Battle Creek/Highwood, Saint Anthony Park, Summit Hill, Thomas Dale (aka Frogtown), West Seventh, West Side
(Average St Paul neighborhood population - 16,827)

 

 

Friday
Mar132015

MCM Luncheon

At this year's Equip Conference we are hosting a luncheon for our Minnesota Church Multiplication family. Our special guest will be Steve Pike, Director of the Urban Islands Project and former director of Church Multiplication Network (CMN). After serving eight years at CMN and helping hundreds of others start churches, Steve was called to develop an urban church planting strategy beginning in Denver, CO, with plans to expand to other urban areas. Steve will also be speaking in three of the breakout sessions during the Equip Conference.

The luncheon will take place on Saturday, April 18 at 12:15 PM at Emmanuel Christian Center in Spring Lake Park.

There is no additional cost to attend the luncheon, but you must RSVP to Amber by April 13 - awoller@mnaog.org or 612-332-2400.

To learn more about the Equip Conference, please go to equipconference.org.

Thursday
Jan292015

The Habit of Asking

The Habit of Asking

March 3, 12:30-5:00 PM

North Central University Chapel

RSVP by Feb 24 to Amber - awoller@mnaog.org or 612-332-2400 

The Habit of Asking seminar offers a brief overview of fundraising theory, a quick self-assessment tool for the 'current state' of fundraising and development planning, and a skills-building workshop on how to more effectively ask for more money.

 

This training will be offered at North Central University on March 3 to students attending the Intro to Church Planting class. Because we believe this training to be beneficial to many, we are offering it free of charge to our Minnesota church planters and parent church pastors. This event would typically cost $25 per person, but Minnesota Church Multiplication is providing it to you for free. However, you must register with Amber by February 24th.

 

This seminar will be led by Chris Kopka, VP of Outreach and Strategic Development at Brightpeak Financial (a division of Thrivent Financial). Chris Kopka describes himself as a poet by passion, a lawyer by training and a business strategist by accident.  He works for Thrivent Financial at the intersection of law & business strategy, focusing on faith & finances. Chris describes his personal sense of mission as helping others see themselves as blessed so that they might share their blessings.  (He also bakes bread.)

 

 

 

Friday
Jun062014

AG Centennial, World AG Congress & Global Church Planting Summit

August 5-10, 2014

Springfield, MO

100.AG.ORG

 

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