Who’s Next?

Are you ready to take your next step in church planting with Stadia?

Empowering
Church Planting Women

Women in church planting have unique opportunities and challenges. That’s why Stadia’s Bloom empowers women in church planting to discover and develop their God-given gifts and talents so that they can maximize their role in starting new churches.

Where are We Planting?

Stadia has helped launch over 500 church plants! But we’re just getting started.
Find out where we’re planting next.

Stadia is more than a church planting organization. It is people who know and care about our dream to plant churches.

Mike Ferrulli

First Christian Church (Huntington Beach, CA)

With Stadia you’re never alone. You have someone to support you through the pitfalls and the celebrations of church planting.

Heidy Tandy

Movement Church (Newport KY/2014)

Stadia is Ready to Help!

Stadia has had the honor of helping thousands of leaders start great churches. With our partners and planters we share a passionate desire to see a world where every child will experience the love of Jesus through a local church. Are you a leader who is ready to invest in the next generation by partnering or planting with Stadia? Let’s get started!

 

Finding Hope in Milwaukee & Queens

What’s the link between a church in metropolitan Milwaukee and a church in Queens, New York? Let’s start in Milwaukee. The vision and the heartbeat of the Ridge is to create churches that engage unchurched people. We exist to be a place for people who have been turned...

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Called to More

Have you ever felt like you were made for more than what you’re experiencing? That you should be doing more than you’re doing, or thriving more than you’re thriving?Exponential 2019, the world’s largest gathering of church planters, wants to help you learn how to...

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Finding Hope in Scranton

NBC’s “The Office” put Scranton back on the map. Now everyone knows our city and its landscape. At one time, Scranton was a booming city both diverse and divided. It was built around industries that died decades ago, leaving many residents without reliable jobs....

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