The beautiful thing about a microsite church is that the meeting space can vary to fit what’s available in the community or city. I’ve seen them done successfully in dozens of locations, and I’m always impressed by the passion and desire of people to make them happen no matter the limitations. This list is by… Continue reading Where Should Your Microsite Church Meet?
On this site, I’ve talked quite a bit about the Sunday worship experience at microsite churches, as well as resourcing adult leaders. But what do you do with children and students? Is it possible to integrate a ministry for them into what you’re doing at a microsite? The answer to that is complicated. That’s because… Continue reading Children and Student Ministry at a Microsite Church
Let me set your expectations before you read this post. Technology changes so quickly that anything I write would be outdated in months (or even weeks) if I listed exact equipment. If I told you to buy a certain steaming box, for example, that model would be replaced in no time. Instead, I’m going to… Continue reading The Technology You’ll Need for a Microsite Church
How do you know if your microsite is successful? That’s a question you’ll need to grapple with before you even launch. If you don’t, you’ll have a tough time measuring the effectiveness and helping your microsite team know what to focus on. Teams without solid goals will make up their own. They’ll focus on details… Continue reading How to Measure the Success of a Microsite Church
Before you run headlong into the microsite revolution, take some time to work through this launch checklist with your team. You’ll be glad you prepped when things get messy down the road (and they will). Reasoning Have a good reason for why you want to launch a microsite. Make sure there’s truly a need for… Continue reading Microsite Church Launch Checklist