Misplaced perceptions of multi-site ministry
from Church Executive Magazine
What are multi-site churches thinking today? When the multi-site movement emerged, it really made a lot of practical sense. A church could reach more people in more places without duplicating the back office tasks of accounting, technology, communications and employee policies and benefits. Through new worship services in new locations, a church could make a permanent investment in people in another place. These reasons to consider multi-site all made sense. Reasonable minds could see that this approach was a viable option for a healthy, growing church. In fact, many may have perceived that multi-site is primarily for reasons such as economic efficiency, more worship services, or seeking to do more ministry on your own. Yet the actions of many multi-site churches defy these reason-driven perceptions.
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