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How Start a Micro-Church

Starting a micro-church involves careful prayer, planning and organization. Below is a template to help you structure your plan. Adapt it to fit the specific needs and context of your micro church:

Micro Church Launch Plan Template:

Prayer and Spiritual Support:

   - Prioritize prayer and provide spiritual support for members.

Vision and Mission:

- Clearly define the vision and mission of your micro church.

- Describe the values that will guide your community.

Leadership Team:

- Identify key leaders who will be part of the core team.

- Specify roles and responsibilities for each team member.

Target Audience:

- Define the specific demographic or community you aim to serve.

- Understand their needs and tailor your approach accordingly.


- Determine where your micro church will meet.

- Consider accessibility, safety, and the potential for growth.

Meeting Schedule:

- Set a regular meeting schedule (e.g., weekly, bi-weekly).

- Plan for special events or activities to foster Worship, Communituy, and Mission.

Communication Plan:

- Establish channels for communication within the micro church.

- Create a strategy for outreach and promotion.

Worship and Teaching:

- Develop a plan for worship and teaching components of your gatherings.

- Consider music, messages, and interactive elements.

Small Groups:

- Implement a system for small groups to foster deeper connections.

- Provide resources for group leaders.

Ministries and Outreach:

- Identify areas for community service or outreach.

- Develop plans for engaging with the broader community.


- Establish a budget for your micro church.

- Consider ways to fundraise or gather financial support.

Technology and Media:

- Utilize technology for online presence (website, social media).

- Plan for recording or streaming services if applicable.

Training and Equipping:

- Provide training for leaders and volunteers.

- Equip members with resources for spiritual growth.

Evaluation and Adaptation:

- Set up a regular evaluation process to assess the effectiveness of your micro church.

- Be open to feedback and adapt your approach as needed.

Launch Event:

- Plan a special launch event to introduce your micro church to the community.

- Utilize this event to create excitement and draw in new members.

Follow-Up and Retention:

- Develop a system for following up with visitors and integrating new members.

- Foster a sense of belonging and community.


- Consider long-term sustainability by planning for leadership development and succession.

Community Engagement:

- Encourage involvement in local community events and collaborations.

Celebrations and Milestones:

- Plan for regular celebrations of achievements and milestones within the micro church.

Remember to customize this template based on the specific context, culture, and goals of your micro church. Regularly revisit and update the plan as your community grows and evolves.

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