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Church Plant Initiative Team

The church is both the result and agent of proclaiming the gospel. Continually beginning new churches is the best way to advance the Kingdom of God and restrain the tide of sin and suffering. Therefore, we take risks for the kingdom and explore various ways of beginning new churches. Our Church Plant Initiatives Team (CPIT) helps explore why, where, and how we can plant new churches. Planting new churches is unpredictable, yet we plan with reliance on God’s leading and timing.

Our plan is to hire a pastor in the first part of 2022, to begin the work of planting a church in Amelia County! Please be praying for that, and let Pastor Andrew Conrad know if you are interested in being part of the core group that launches this new church.

The Metro Richmond Church Planting Network includes the following churches:

  1. Stony Point Reformed Presbyterian Church (1969) Bon Air
  2. Sycamore Presbyterian Church (1980) Midlothian
  3. All Saints Reformed Presbyterian Church (1984) Fan District
  4. West End Presbyterian Church (1993) Henrico
  5. Grace Community Presbyterian Church (2005) Hanover
  6. Spring Run Presbyterian Church (2006) Midlothian
  7. City Church of Richmond (2007) Richmond
  8. Sudan Christian Fellowship (2008) at West End Presbyterian Church
  9. Evergreen Community Church (2009) Powhatan
  10. Iglesia Hispana (2010) at West End Presbyterian Church
  11. Ray of Hope Nepalese Fellowship (2011) at West End Presbyterian Church
  12. Northside Church of Richmond (2011) Northside Richmond
  13. Crown & Joy Presbyterian Church (2014) Southside Richmond
  14. Iglesia Hispana (2016) at Sycamore Presbyterian Church
  15. Church Hill Presbyterian (2019) East End Richmond
  16. Frank Matthews, Hispanic Development Coordinator
  17. New Creation Presbyterian Church (2021) in Chester