Urban Islands Project

Coaching Clusters for Urban Church Starters

Learn and Grow From Peers

You have a lot to offer and people need to hear your ideas and learn from your mistakes.

Break Isolation

Church planting can be the loneliest place in the world, but there is a better way.

Realtime Coaching

The people you lead need the best possible leader you can be, joining a coaching cluster will take your leadership to the next level.

What will I get out of a Urban Islands Coaching Cluster?

Weekly online interactions

Monthly video chats

Annual in person retreat

  • Access to real time learning community
  • Cumulative urban church planting knowledge
  • Proven set of pre-launch metrics
  • Fundraising Support
  • Assisting in quantifying pre-launch process
  • Answer logistical questions with website, etc.
  • Name Discovery Process
  • Development of individualized vision values etc.
  • Informal coaching with UIP Team members
  • Access to UIP Church Starters Facebook group
  • Launch Team Recruitment
  • First Year Post Launch Support
  • Another layer of credibility and accountably
  • Annual in Person Retreat

Coaching Clusters

Access to cumulative urban church planting knowledge.

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What are the requirements?

  • Population Density

    Minimum 3,000 People Per Square Mile in Community or Neighborhood

  • Live in Community

    Must live (or plan to) inside community of focus

  • One Year Out

    Expected launch date must be a minimum of 12 months into the future

  • Not a Lone Wolf

    Must be affiliated (or plan to be) with a sending organization (a denomination, a church, or a sending organization that will assist with governance accountability)

What’s my investment?

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[$2,200 Single Payment Option]
1 Year Commitment with option to renew for 2nd & 3rd year

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    Identifying and targeting neighborhood of focus, developing financial plan connected to reality (5 streams), plan for living in the neighborhood and creating a team strategy.

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