Joining a Church plant is one of the most exciting things you will ever do. For thousands of years Christians have been gathering in homes, shops and public places to form faith communities. Those communities blossom into the very body of Christ. If you love adventure and Christ's church, maybe a plant is for you.
Church Plants in Progress:
Grace and Peace Presbyterian Church, Reverend Matt Wood. We meet Sundays at 10:30 AM for worship at Sue Evelyn Rattan Elementary School, which is behind the Brookshire’s in Anna. For more information, please contact Reverend Matt Wood at: email@example.com or 972-924-7327.
San Antonio, Texas
Luke Evans is planting Christ Church San Antonio, a new church located in the northeast part of metro San Antonio. We are a church that exists to savor God’s grace, build God’s community and join in God’s mission. Our particular strategy is to love and serve the people of the NE San Antonio suburbs in the name of Jesus, especially those who are spiritually burned out, de-churched and un-churched. Christ Church began in August 2013 and began worshiping together in April 2014.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
In August of 2010 Dan Rose began in earnest the work of planting High Desert Church. HDC began meeting for worship in the fall of 2011. We currently worship at Desert Ridge Middle School (8400 Barstow NE in Albuquerque) Sunday mornings at 10am. High Desert Church exists to worship God, serve one another, and engage our world with the transforming gospel of Jesus Christ.
King's Cross Church is led by Dennis Hermerding in Cypress, Texas. We exist to be a community of grace, compelled by Jesus love to serve Cypress and Beyond! We believe Jesus through his life, death and resurrection is rescuing people like you and me from our brokenness and despair, restoring us in the midst of our struggles and doubts, and writing our stories into the big story of God’s redeeming and renewing of everything. We invite you to come journey together with us as we connect the whole gospel, to our whole community in order to reach our whole city!
John and Kit Standridge are planting Christ Church Kerrville, a new church in the Kerrville community, seeking the Lord together. We long to see His name made great and our neighbors blessed through the proclamation of the gospel of Jesus Christ in both word and deed. As such, we exist for the glory of God and the good of the community of Kerrville.
Christ Presbyterian Church is a growing church in Mansfield, TX committed to loving God, connecting people, serving the city and reaching the world with the transforming power of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Our hope is to be place for anyone - long-time Christian, new to the faith, or skpetical and doubting Christianity - to come, belong and grow in living out the Christian faith together.
Chris Gensheer is the Lead Pastor and would love to connect with you about the work God is doing in Mansfield. Email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ethos Presbyterian Church is a mission church, led by Rev. Beau Berman, and is a daughter church of Riveroaks Presbyterian Church, located in South Tulsa. Ethos is located in mid-town Tulsa, very close to downtown. The church is attempting to fit a very unique niche in the city, by offering a very contemporary worship style, coupled with strategically gospel-centered and theological preaching. Their aim is to reach the many de-churched people of Tulsa. They began meeting on Sunday mornings in December of 2013.
Chris and Kandice Thomas are the church planters for Redeemer Presbyterian Church, a budding congregation in Amarillo. The congregation features a simple worship style with the preaching of God’s Word as the focus each Sunday. They are focusing on raising up faithful Christian men to lead in their young congregation. Chris can be reached at 806-220-7781. They are worshiping together on Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM and also at 6:00 PM at the Chapel of First Christian Church, located at 3001 Wolflin in Amarillo.
Rob Hamby leads Mercy Presbyterian Church. Meeting in North Dallas between 635 and Spring Road at 5:00 PM.
New Hope Community church began in the fall of 2014. We exist to gather the people of God; to grow in worshipping Him, to be built up in the knowledge of God, and to join him in seeking the lost. We long to see all nations praising Him, from the rich diversity of Richardson, Texas. Planting pastor, Lee Bridgeman is excited to share more with you about our vision. You can reach him at email@example.com or 214-558-0104
Pastor Patrick Lafferty leads Christ the King in Duncanville, Texas. The congregation is a unique mix of different types of people, coming together in worship to God. They are currently meeting at 200 Carr Ln. in Duncanville at the Fairview Baptist Church at 9:30 AM on Sunday morning for worship.
Pastor Pete Hatton leads Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Edmond. They are currently focusing on raising up godly men to lead in the future life of their congregation. They meet for Sunday morning worship in Edmond at 10:30 AM at the Edmond Christian Academy. For more information about the group, please call Pete at 405-562-1350.
Killeen/Ft. Hood, Texas
Lou and Shirley Best are church planters in Killeen, Texas where they minister to the local community as well as the servicemen and their families from Ft. Hood. Their intern, Adam Viramontes, was recently ordained in the North Texas Presbytery. Adam, his wife Heather and their young son Jadon are fully involved in the congregational life and outreach to the Killeen/Ft. Hood area.
New City Phoenix is a mercy church in South Phoenix. They are excited to partner with Pastor Pablo from Rose of Sharon Church where they work together to impact the South Ranch Habitat Community. New City Phoenix hosts tutoring programs and other ministries in the area. The church is meeting regularly for worship services on Sundays at 5 PM at the Rio Vista Center which is located just west of the Safeway on Southern Avenue and 16th Street. Dave and Ann Bennett are the church planters.
Redeemer Presbyterian Church, led by Pastor David Rapp, is a missional community moved by the grace of the Redeemer, Jesus Christ, to worship and know God and to love and serve our neighbors in Temple and beyond.
Redeemer meets for worship Sundays at 10:00a.m. at the Cultural Activities Center (CAC) at 3011 N. 3rd St., Temple, TX 76501.