THE CHURCH PLANTER INCUBATOR : JANUARY 2017
We're excited that you're interested in the church planter training City To City Miami has to offer. Below you will find details about what to expect and how you can be a part of this learning opportunity.
What is the Incubator?
The Church Planter Incubator is a 2 year training program that focuses on process, relationship and reflective practice instead of merely understanding new concepts.
Who is the Target audience?
The Incubator is for current church planters or church planters who are ready to plant in about 1 year.
When does the incubator start?
The next Incubator will launch January 2017 and will meet monthly in a cohort style learning environment.
How many church planters will be accepted?
To ensure a quality training program, we are only accepting 12 church planters per cohort. If you apply and we already have the first 12 chosen, we can submit your application for the following cohort when it launches.
What does the training look like?
The Incubator program is modeled after Redeemer City to City's program in New York City. It is 16 learning modules over 2 years meeting monthly in a cohort. These modules are led by certified City to City instructors. To see the descriptions for each learning module, click here.
What do the learning modules address?
Each learning module addresses the specific needs of urban planters, including skills in thinking theologically about ministry and growth in the various areas of urban ministry. Church planters go through the program during the critical phase of launching their congregations. They get practical help on writing their action plan, the philosophy of ministry, crucial ministry development and preaching, among other topics. Ideally, this training is accompanied by coaching to encourage the planters to reach the maximum extent of their giftedness.
What other training or coaching is provided?
Our aim is to work with your sponsoring church or denomination to ensure ongoing hands on learning while participating in the Incubator. Learning is best done when practical in-the-field experience is combined with the cohort learning environment. If you are not connected to a sponsor church, network, or denomination let us know and we will work with you to find the best solution.
Who are the trainers?
Some of the trainers will be:
Miami based trainers: Felipe Assis, Jesse Carbo and David Lopez
New York City based trainers: John Thomas, Mark Reynolds, Al Barth, Robert Guerrero
Is there a cost for the training?
Yes, there is a cost for the training.
What theological or denominational affiliation must I belong to in order to participate?
City to City Miami is an interdenominational training organization. Anyone from various theological or denominational backgrounds can apply to the Incubator program.
What is the application process?
2. Phone Interview with the Executive Director of City to City Miami.
If you have more questions about the training, please email Jesse Carbo at Jesse@citytocitymiami.com.