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  1. Multi-Site Conference Harbor Presbyterian Church Mission to North America

  2. Video-Venue Model • North Coast Church, Vista • Live Worship, Sermon by Videocast • Benefits • Multiple Worship Styles • Reduces Need for Additional Preachers • Challenges • Technological Costs & Expertise • Importance of Local Infrastructure

  3. Regional Campus Model • Redeemer Presbyterian Church, NY • Distinct Sites served by same Preacher • Benefits • Incarnational and Contextual • Different styles of worship • Challenges • If only one pastor, limited to 2-4 sites • Importance of local infrastructure

  4. Extended Multi-Site • Seacoast Church, Charleston, SC • Local churches use pre-recorded sermons (“franchises”) • Benefits • Cost-effective • Congregations hear great communicators • Challenges • Difficult to contextualize preaching • Local Site infrastructure committed to ministering in non-traditional way

  5. Multi-Congregational Model • Perimeter Church model, Atlanta • Group of distinct congregations under one governing board with separate preachers • Benefits • Ability to leverage resources for greater impact. • Team approach; ongoing mentoring & coaching • Challenges • Maintaining commitment to vision and values • Natural pull toward particularization and self- governance

  6. Multi-Site & Multi-Congregational Model • Harbor Presbyterian, San Diego • Multiple congregations that are each multi-site • Benefits • Ability to leverage resources for greater impact. • Team approach; ongoing mentoring & coaching • More than one site out of each church planter • Challenges • Need for movement leaders • Developing and maintaining trust among leaders • Natural pull toward particularization and self- governance