Happy New Year! We hope that you've had a great 2022 so far. As you know, we love to celebrate the ways that God works through new churches in their communities and beyond. One of our favorite things a new church that goes on to help plant more
As we shared in the last update, this Fall is a season for many churches to begin regular Sunday services. Over the past few weeks, Accelerate Church (Camden) [https://orchardgroup.org/projects/camden], Beacon Church (New Hampshire) [https://twitter.com/OrchardGroup/status/1441398480732184576], Hope Church (Baltimore) [https://blog.orchardgroup.org/
We celebrate with Accelerate Church in Camden County, NJ! Launch Sunday highlights:
As the summer season gives way to Fall, many church plants find themselves transitioning out of the pre-launch stage and into the exciting season of launching regular Sunday church services! In fact, the next couple of months are shaping up to be some of our busiest ever: Accelerate Church (Camden)
Ernest and Sarah Grant share their vision and excitement for the upcoming launch of Accelerate Church in Camden County, NJ. You can help plant a new church in Camden County. Partner with Ernest and Sarah [https://orchardgroup.org/projects/camden] to establish Accelerate Church.
In a little paragraph in a letter to the church in Corinth, history’s most well-known church planter provides some important insight: > What then is Apollos? What is Paul? Servants through whom you believed, as the Lord assigned to each. I planted, Apollos watered, but God gave the growth.
We couldn't be more thrilled to announce our commitment to back Ernest & Sarah Grant to establish a new church for Camden County, NJ [https://orchardgroup.org/projects/camden/]! Introducing the Camden County Project Ernest & Sarah Grant and familyThe Grant's church planting journey started with
"Vision" is a picture of the future in the present. Especially in the early days of a church plant, casting vision as clearly as possible is critical for achieving alignment and unity on a new team. Church planters Ernest and Sarah Grant are casting vision right now for