This post is part of the "Next Chapter" series, where we share about the “Next Chapters” in the story that God is writing through new churches. Each time you partner to plant a new church, you make a number of “firsts”possible, because each Orchard Group church plant becomes someone’
2020 has been a year like no other. Yet, even in the midst of unusual and unforeseen circumstances, God has been faithful to preserve and advance his church. This week, we have a tangible example of God's faithfulness with the first anniversaries of both Icon Church and SLO City Church!
From raising additional benevolence funds, to creating new approaches for worship services, to fostering new ways for intentional connection, to proactively supporting local community, to practicing lament together... it's been beautiful seeing the church being the church in this unique season. Here are a handful of examples of Orchard Group
Justin and Emilie Anderson are starting a new church in Seattle. In their own words: Icon Church exists because God loves Seattle and called a small group of Christians to do the same. Beginning in the summer of 2018, we began to dream and pray about starting a church in
from Justin Anderson, lead planter of the Seattle Project I've been told more than once if there is anything else I could do with my life, besides church planting, I should do that thing. I have now ignored that advice three times. I never thought I would plant three churches,