Church Planting

Meeting together to worship, study, pray, inspire and encourage, the church strengthens one another and shares Jesus with the people around it. God calls us into this community. It is an essential part of the Christian life for all believers, wherever they may be. Church planting is a priority for our overseas outreach. Our partners actively engage in establishing house churches, as well as larger communities of faith.

Church planting is a priority in the U.S. as well. The northeast, northwest and southwest regions of the U.S. are the least churched areas. Park Chapel has joined with U.S. church planting movements, often with a three year commitment of resources, to help evangelize specific regions. We have partnered with E. 91st Street Christian Church to plant churches in the Midwest and work with Restoration House Ministries to establish strong churches in the New England area.

Why New England? The Northeast is the most unchurched region of the U.S., yet globally exerts great influence in educational, financial and political arenas. It is also home to large ethnic areas and international student populations providing opportunities for global impact.

We celebrate with churches who have continued to grow from these initial partnerships. Legacy Christian Church; Reunion Christian Church; NorthPointe Christian Church; SouthPointe Christian Church; BridgePointe Christian Church

Park Chapel is in the third year of a three-year commitment to help establish OceanPointe Christian Church in the Newport, Rhode Island...

John Blatzheim has been leading Shepherd Celebration Church in Indianapolis since its founding in 2011.

Hispanic Outreach of Preaching and Evangelism (HOPE) is seeking to plant churches among the Hispanic communities of Cass, Carroll...

Park Chapel is in its second year of a three-year commitment to help establish Restore Christian Church in Quincy, Massachusetts.