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The Multi-Site Church Revolution: Being One Church in Many Locations

June 2, 2006



by Geoff Surratt, Greg Ligon, and Warren Bird

This book captures the story of the widespread movement of churches that are expanding their ministries to include multiple formats, venues, and locations. It explains the multi-site approach as a natural extension of doing multiple services, multiple days (Saturday evening and Sunday morning) or multiple teachers (preaching rotation). Initially driven by needs to address space challenges or zoning disputes, churches across North America are proactively expanding their reach through new locations and venues that attract multiple target groups. Through dozens of in-the-trenches examples, this book shows the wide variety of ways churches are creatively employing a multi-site approach. It identifies the primary reasons churches succeed as well as how they overcome common snags. In an extremely practical style, the book guides a church to answer the question, “How could God use our church if we were open to joining this ‘revolution’?”

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