The Go Project is a movement launched in 2014 by General Baptists aimed at reproducing themselves by planting churches with like-minded planters. The project is always in search of high-capacity leaders to launch churches around the country.
Our focus is on the following five essentials we have found to be vital in planting fast-growing churches:
We believe that effective church plants are led by leaders with a specific gift set. Therefore, we value formal assessment as the starting point for all church planting candidates. Assessments last for four days and are held twice a year.
Church planting can be lonely. We believe strong coaching, both pre- and post-launch, is essential to the health of the planter and the church. As a Go Project plant, you will be partnered with one of our coaches to ensure you are fully equipped for success in your new church.
Not only will you have a coach that inspires you along the way, but a full week of boot camp training, covering all of the nuts and bolts of church planting, is a part of your relationship with the Go Project.
We believe that one of the most valuable tools a planter can have is relationships with other like-minded pastors. Therefore, we provide networking opportunities among our church plants throughout the year.
Effective church planting today has substantial up front costs. We believe plants should be funded to meet the needs of their particular community. The Go Project administers a two-year funding model that has significant benefits for both the planter and the church.