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June 9, 2019

Pentecost Sunday is a reminder of the day God’s Spirit flowed into and out of his people transforming their communities—releasing a river of awakening.

What if every Wesleyan church joined together in a multiplication movement to flow into new communities and ZIP codes? As we prepare to celebrate Pentecost Sunday this year, may we fearlessly continue expressing Jesus’ original vision of multiplication! Church Multiplication Sunday gives you the opportunity to: 

  • Pray for future workers of the harvest 
  • Be broken for those who are missing from Christ and the church 
  • Communicate your church’s vision for multiplication 
  • Provide a strategic giving day for churches to raise additional funds that directly support multiplication initiatives connected to your church, planting network or district church planting project 

Every church can Flow like a river with fresh expressions of the Good News!


In addition to praying and encouraging future workers of the Lord’s harvest, Church Multiplication Sunday is also a way for churches to raise funds for church multiplication initiatives. Churches may choose to give to their district’s church planting initiatives, their church planting network or their own church’s multiplication efforts. Churches can determine their preferred form of giving. They may choose to designate all (or a portion of that Sunday’s offering), take up a special offering or allocate local mission funds. The big idea is that the funds raised on CMS would be connected to the heart of the congregation and would be used to support our workers of the harvest.

Local Church Sign-Up Guide
District Sign-Up Guide

NOTE:  This giving platform with MobileCause has a transaction fee of 2.5 percent.

All-Church Kit available April 15th.

Flow by Larry Walkemeyer

In this FREE e-book, church-planting leader, pastor and author Larry Walkemeyer shares the amazing and transforming story of how their urban church that still only has 39 parking spaces has become a multiplication center touching thousands. He identifies the key hurdles and heart issues Light & Life Fellowship in Long Beach, California, had to overcome to move from being a “Lake” church to a “River” church that “flows.” Walkemeyer is convinced that any healthy church can multiply and that the mission of God depends on churches that “Flow.”



Available April 15th.

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Kit includes:

  • Sermon outline, notes & slides
  • Sermon bumper video
  • Offering set up video
  • NexGen (kids and youth) curriculum
  • Free online giving platform (via MobileCause)