Two Churches, One Building Webinar

As I travel across North America I am amazed at how many churches share buildings and why. Some do so for better space or financial reasons, while others see it as relationship building with the potential to reach more people groups. There are even some whose ultimate goal is for the two churches to eventually become one multiethnic church.

Come hear stories and multiple models of how and why sharing a building and maybe even a vision for your community might be challenging, but mutually beneficial.

  • Dwight Nash and Lucky Hofisi (Sent Church – Plano, TX)
  • Anita Bosworth (Bold Beginnings - Stockbridge, GA)
  • Dean Pierce and Rodrigo Azofeifa (Vida Nueva and DeKaulb Wesleyan, DeKaulb, IL)
  • Patricio Labbe and Gina Colburn (Trinity Wesleyan – Allentown, PA)
  • Chan Shaver and Sitt-Len Heh (First Wesleyan – High Point, NC)
  • Casper Farrow (Grace Community - Buffalo, NY)

To watch the webinar, play the video below.

Dwight Nash

Sent Church, Plano, TX

Anita Bosworth

Bold Beginnings, Stockbridge, GA

Bold Beginnings is a small multi-ethnic congregation located in the Atlanta Metro has used their church to start and host 2 Hispanic churches that were Wesleyan as well as a Ghanaian core group launch.

Sitt-Len Heh

First Wesleyan Church, High Point, NC

"As a mostly Anglo congregation, FWC has hosted and helped launch a Laotian Church for our community. For twenty years, FWC has hosted a Laotian congregation and for the past three years has hosted a Burmese congregation. In recent years, efforts to work and worship together more have begun. In spite of language challenges, there is a growing sense of being one body of Christ with unique expressions."

Dean Pierce

DeKaulb Wesleyan, DeKaulb, IL

Rodrigo Azofeifa

Vida Nueva, DeKaulb, IL

Patricio Labbé

Trinity Wesleyan – Allentown, PA

Trinity Wesleyan Church, predominately White English speaking congregation has been sharing space with Pastor Labb and his Spanish speaking congregation for the past year. We share a vision for reaching One Percent of the Lehigh Valley for Jesus.

Gina Colburn

Trinity Wesleyan – Allentown, PA

Trinity Wesleyan Church, predominately White English speaking congregation has been sharing space with Pastor Labbe and his Spanish speaking congregation for the past year. We share a vision for reaching One Percent of the Lehigh Valley for Jesus.

Casper Farrow

Grace Community - Buffalo, NY