Plant A Church

START A MISSIONAL ANGLICAN CHURCH

WE WANT TO HELP START MISSIONAL ANGLICAN CHURCHES

 

You are most likely here for one of two reasons:

 

  1. you are beginning to wonder if you are called to be a church planter in the Anglican context
  2. you would like to see an Anglican church planted in your area.

 

We want to help with either and both. We know that there is a feeling of stepping into the unknown when you are pondering the work of starting a new church, so we are here to guide and encourage along the way.

 

Below you will find three steps to get started. Of course, prayer is the place to begin. After that, we encourage you to watch some short videos so that we can make sure we are on the same page. Please take the time to watch these videos as they will hopefully help answer some of your basic questions and point you in the direction that you should go next. Finally, contact us at the link provided and we will help you get connected with the people that can walk with you in this process of prayer and discernment.

 

We are so glad that you are praying about the work of church planting and we are honored to be able to help.

I’d like to…

PLANT A CHURCH IN MY AREA

1. PRAY

Ask God to clarify your call to to see lives changed by a planting church. Pray and discern with those around you and lay the ground work for the journey of starting a church.

2. Watch

Check out some of our introductory videos, hear from the ACNA’s canon for church planting, and gain some insight on how to think through the early stages of discerning the work of church planting. Be sure to check out other resources on the Church Planter’s blog and the coach’s corner.

Watch this video with Canon Dan Alger, “I’d Like To Plant A Church (I Think)”

3. CONNECT

Getting connected with Always Forward means getting connected with the local diocese, church planters, coaches, canons, and the wealth of our church’s network of support.

SEE A CHURCH PLANTED IN MY AREA

1. PRAY

Ask God to clarify your call to to see lives changed by a planting church. Pray with those around you and lay the ground work for the journey of starting a church.

2. WATCH

Check out some of our introductory videos, hear from the ACNA’s canon for church planting, and gain some insight on how to think through the early stages of discerning the work of church planting. Be sure to check out other resources on the Church Planter’s blog.

Watch this video from Canon Dan Alger, “Can We Plant An Anglican Church In My City?”

3. CONNECT

Getting connected with Always Forward means getting connected with the local diocese, church planters, coaches, canons, and the wealth of our church’s network of support. Fill out this form and let’s get started.