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Leadership

PJ Smyth, Donnie Griggs, Alan Frow and Brian Barr lead our partnership in North America.

Early Days

We have about 8 partner churches in North Carolina, Texas, California, and Toronto, and a similar number exploring partnership. We have a number of church plants in progress.

Regions

In view of the small number of churches that we currently have in North America, all our partner churches  are currently working together as one Hub, although we do have has different regional gatherings for leaders. For more about Hubs, please read Document 6: Leadership and Regions.

Upcoming Events

 

Join us in Washington DC June 12-16 as pastors, leaders, and planters from around the world come together for our 2017 Advance Global Leadership Week!

Contacts

West Coast: Alan Frow 

Mid-West: Brian Barr

East Coast: Donnie Griggs

Canada: Vik Stander

Giving To Our North American Mission

For giving to both our Global Mission and your Hub Mission, please click here:

GIVE TO ADVANCE

North American Church Plants

North Carolina

One Harbor Church in North Carolina is leading the charge in planting a new site in Swansboro at the start of 2016. Although this will be a congregation of One Harbor Church, we consider congregation plants and autonomous church plants as the same thing in terms of wanting to mobilize people, prayer and finance. If you would like to relocate to be part of this exciting new church, or require any other information, please contact Donnie Griggs.

Los Angeles

Southlands Church in Orange County, CA are building up to planting a new congregation into Whittier, a city of 85,000 people in Los Angeles County, starting September 2015. Although this will be a congregation of Southlands Church, we consider congregation plants and autonomous church plants as the same thing in terms of wanting to mobilize people, prayer and finance. If you would like to relocate to be part of this exciting new church, or require any other information, please contact Alan Frow.

Texas

OneLife Church in Webster, Texas is preparing to launch a new congregation in Seabrook, Texas in January 2016. Home to about 13,000 people, Seabrook runs the gamut of socioeconomic background, but has few active churches in the region. Although this will be a congregation of OneLife Church, we consider congregation plants and autonomous church plants as the same thing in terms of wanting to mobilize people, prayer and finance. If you would like to relocate to be a part of this exciting new church, or require any other information, please contact Brian Barr.

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