Is this unusual? Or a growing trend, especially in light of the economy as economic realities are causing churches to re-think the amount of money and time they put into buying/maintaining physical facilities?
In your opinion, what challenge does a church face by going church-less?
If you know of such a church that's gone building-less, please post its name and website below.
I have occasionaly heard of churches doing this, but not kept a list nor followed up to see what happened. I look forward to your comments.
Warren Bird, Ph.D., is Research Director at Leadership Network, and co-author of 21 books on various aspects of church health and innovation.