Multi-Site Churches

What Megachurches, Neighborhood Churches, and the Multi-Site Movement Are Telling Us

"The common thread in all of these movements is that congregations are becoming more local. Fewer people desire to drive a long distance to attend a worship service. To state it more positively, people want to attend a house of worship that represents the neighborhood or locale where they live." - Rainer

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Why many multisite churches are now moving toward autonomous congregations

“It’s sort of like saying we’re not going to take the time to mentor and train and raise up other really effective communicators. We’re going to take our best communicators and just multiply that by campuses [aided] by video screens” - Christian Post

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Village Church to End Multisite Megachurch Model, All Campus Will Be Autonomous

"Following in the footsteps of the formerly multi-campus Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, The Village Church in Texas, led by Pastor Matt Chandler, has announced the end of their multisite model in favor of making each campus an autonomous church by 2022." CPost

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Thabiti Anyabwile: "those who take the multi-site option are effectively saying: 'My preacher is better than your preacher, so we’re gonna brand him and export him to a theater near you'"

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