Information about churches having multiple locations and related issues to have a multi-site church service which may include the church streaming worship services.
Seacoast Church Modernizes Its Multi-Site Church Financials for Greater Flexibility
Seacoast Christian Community Church started out with 65 people in a South Carolina apartment clubhouse in 1988. Since then, it has grown to more than 15,000 weekly churchgoers across 14 campuses. With an over-arching vision to reach people by speaking the language of modern culture, it is not surprising that the church’s back office
3 Critical Questions to Ask When Going Multi-Site
By Doug Foltz Most multi-site churches begin with the dream by a visionary leader. Sitting with these leaders and hearing the dream is an energizing experience. I remember a couple of years ago sitting with Danny Schaffner, lead pastor of First Christian Church in Champaign, Illinois. His dream was big. The church had grown
Getting Versatile with Lighting
Theaters of one kind or another have long played a role in the growth of Christ Community Church in St. Charles, Illinois. Just before Christmas 1984, the suburban Chicago church, which was founded by four couples, held its first service in a rented movie theater. Christ Community has since grown into a thriving four-campus house