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Why do we plant churches?
The best long term way to share the good news of Jesus with a community is through planting churches. Our hope is to train up leaders and teams to be sent locally and globally to be involved in planting churches.
The Oak Church was planted in from Mosaic in January 2011 by Chris and Lisa Mason, with a vision to establish an authentic missional Christian community in West Leeds and East Bradford. The church continues to grow and see people added and baptised and, through growing small multiplying communities throughout the area, the church is having an increasing missional impact on the streets, workplaces and social gatherings of the two cities.
Steve and Leanne Vaughan moved to the great city of Dublin in September 2012 to plant Christ City Church Dublin, a church that is based on the scriptures, empowered by the Holy Spirit and brings the message of God’s grace and hope in Christ to those in the city. Their desire is to build a church which has mission and discipleship at its foundation and trains others up to go and do the same elsewhere in the nation of Ireland. Please pray that they would both be a blessing to the city and see people come to Christ.
Keith and Anna Nichols are gathering a number of people in the east of the city, who are together seeking to love and serve the local community. They are running a monthly cafe-style church meeting, as well as numerous community outreach events.
A church plant led by Larry Seaman in the small but growing and strategic town of Kapiri Mposhi aiming to bring the love and grace of God to local families through ministry outreach, bible teaching and discipleship.
Graanendal is a rapidly growing community in the northern suburbs of Cape Town. The Church Plant, led by Pieter & Marina du Toit, is wanting to serve these new families and provide connections, build community and provide a place to practice their faith together.
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