Sites & Plants

“Oh, we’ll never be a multi-site. We’re too small.” Not so. Church mergers are happening all the time, making for a strong union of two like churches. Or a church might plant a sister church in a nearby community, reaching out to a different racial mix. What are the strategies?

Five Common Problems in Multisite Churches

April 17th, 2019|Comments Off on Five Common Problems in Multisite Churches

When the modern multisite practices were started, I had the happy accident of being around. Working with our team at Leadership Network, we set up a gathering of 100 or so practitioners in Chicago [...]

The Structure of Multisite Leadership Teams

June 7th, 2018|Comments Off on The Structure of Multisite Leadership Teams

Chris Mavity and David Fletcher talk about leadership teams in churches that have multiple campuses. Chris Mavity is a national leader in helping churches work through multisite issues. What should the all-church leadership team [...]

7 Reasons Not to Become a Multisite Church

November 6th, 2017|Comments Off on 7 Reasons Not to Become a Multisite Church

When I launched the first video-based campus of Willow Creek in 2001, the primary question was, “Can this work?” Thousands of multisite churches later, the question has shifted to, “Should my church go multisite?” What [...]