Orginally published on Tuesday, January 30, 2007 at 7:51 AM
by Todd Rhoades
Many churches have been considering the multi-site model for their church... you know, the 'one church- multiple locations' thing... So many, in fact, that all three Coast to Coast Multi-Site Church Conferences have been sold out (Next week's third conference is sold out with nearly 700 people attending in San Diego!). If you're one of the many who are at least intrigued with the idea, check out this new podcast from Leadership Network. It's an interview with Greg Surratt, Pastor of Sea Coast church. It will answer many questions you may be asking...
Greg Surratt is the founding and Senior Pastor of Seacoast Church, which has 9 locations with 10 distinct venues in South Carolina and Georgia. Known for creativity and transparency, Seacoast Church – with original campus in a suburb of Charleston, SC, has grown to 7,500 in weekend attendance since its beginning in 1988. Over 3,000 people worship each weekend in an off-site campus. Originally presented at the Coast to Coast Multi-Site Conference (http://www.multi-site.org) at Seacoast in May 2006, Greg talks in this excerpt about why Seacoast decided to become one church in multiple locations.
You can listen to this free podcast right here at the Leadership Network website.
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