Incredible things with the all abilities church plant


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Despite the challenges through covid, God has been doing incredible things with the All Abilities Church Plant in Grand Rapids called, City Hope GR:

1) In beginning to seek core team people, 2 possible families for that team are in prayer about the opportunity to be part of the team.

2) Continued networking in now adding 3 additional support partners.

3) Provision of a parent church through Monroe Community Church.

4) Office space through Monroe Community Church.

5) 2 more families with special needs are very interested in being part of this new plant.

6) Virtual retreat involvement with Joni & Friends.

7) Multi-denominational excitement and involvement has begun to take shape.

Submitted by Dave VanderWoude
– the lead planting pastor. Responsibilities include initial planting leadership – vision casting, networking, administrative organization and all preparation oversight for launch.

New Church Development Ministry Report Summer 2020


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