A theological and practical trajectory for missional church planting
aggelos is unique in comparison to other church planters training opportunities available.
First, there will not be hundreds of people here. More than likely, there will be somewhere between 20-30. This means plenty of room for dialog, conversation, and questions amidst all of the planned training.
Second, everyone stays, eats, and prays together for the week. Most people leave with better friendships, some of which will be life-long, because they started the church planting journey – in this way – together.
Third, there will be a host of different equippers with unique planting stories. This gathering (as in all we try to do) isn’t dominated by just a few individuals or models of church planting. You’ll hear from a variety of planters, both seasoned and new, and learn from their experiences and approaches.
Finally, we hope to provide a good balance of theology, theory, and practicality. Each component is vital
We hope you’ll join us in May!
Chris Backert (Director)
Contact Chris Backert: email@example.com
May 9-13, 2011
Richmond Hill Urban Retreat Center (www.richmondhillva.org). Richmond Hill is a former monastery, located in the heart of the city of Richmond. Most people will be sharing a room with one other person throughout the week. All meals are all included as part of our stay and will take place on the grounds.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your spot followed by payment. A 20% deposit is required within two weeks of registration to qualify for rate and space. Full payment due
May 1st, 2010.
You should plan to arrive at the Richmond Hill Urban Retreat Center (www.richmondhillva.org) between 4.00 and 4.30 on Monday, May 9th. Please be prompt because we will start with an orientation to the week around 5.00 that evening. We plan to finish on Friday at approximately 4.00 pm
before Feb 1, 2010 – $499
before Mar 1, 2010 – $599
before May 1, 2010 – $699
after May 1, 2010 – $799
Master’s-level credit is available for participation. For more information contact email@example.com.
- Planting Missional Churches
- Planting Equipping Churches
- Staying Healthy While Planting
- Developing a Philosophy of
- Incarnational Ecclessiology:
- Reading Your City
- Developing Models & Approaches
- Developing Your Team
- Planting in the Power of the Spirit
- Fundraising for Church Planting
- Administrative & Legal Issues
- Keeping Heart Till the End ….
- And much more!
Lead Pastor, Renew Community
Lead Pastor, All Souls
Pastor, Life on the Vine
Professor, Northern Seminary
Lead Pastor, Evergreen Church
Pastor and Directional Architect, Imago Dei
Lead Pastor, The District Church,
Dream Awakener, Kairos
A Comment from last year’s training:
From the moment I arrived, I began to realize – this is a room of like-minded individuals intent on seeing the Gospel spread and healthy, missionally-minded communities planted. And in the lonely world of church planting, I can think of few things more valuable than having a handful of friends like that.
The boot camp itself was a great mix of the theoretical and the practical, the motivational and the devotional. Times of prayer,
times of discussion, lots of learning and lots of dreaming. This was a healthy mix of seasoned practitioners and newer church planters all sharing what they’ve learned. And everyone was invited and expected to do the same.
The setting of the Richmond Hill community was wonderful with its rhythm of prayer and contemplative atmosphere. Hard to imagine a better setting for listening to God and seeing what it is He might be birthing through you.
– Bob Hyatt, Portland OR