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Liberty Church

What better name could there be for a church in Philadelphia, except “Liberty”? The city touts Benjamin Franklin, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, as one of its most famous citizens. This church plant is a beacon of true freedom and rest in the city of brotherly love.

How to Start a Church Plant

First, you need the calling. All churches are planted by the calling and guidance of the Holy Spirit. Then, you need to have the support and guidance of your fellow congregants. Their connection will be an invaluable source of God’s blessing throughout the church planting experience. When you have prayed and planned enough to begin, your pastor can guide you through the application process, after which you can be the seed of a new church.

Need Help?

Does your new church have questions about its current situation, or just good advice on how to spur congregational growth? Contact us here with your questions and concerns, and we will assign a staff member to assist you with your needs.

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