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Spring Growth and New Churches

Winter still has its grip on much of the country, but spring is surely not far away.  The shoots of tender plants are hidden by snow in New York City, but within a few weeks the buds on the trees will break open, blanketing the city and its parks with riotous color.   The new growth and barely visible shoots are hopeful signs similar to our church plants in the early stages of development.  Future progress and health of new church communities is already visible in places like Amsterdam and Harlem. Gerko Templeman is doing background work for a potential…

Forefront Church is hosting a reception tonight to support Jordan Rice and the Harlem Church Plant.  If you are in New York City, come hear about this exciting new project! Celebration Generosity Reception will be held at: MILLESIME 92 Madison Avenue NY, NY 10016 7 PM  

Jordan leads the Harlem Project, with a plan to launch in 2014. Jordan Rice will lead a new church plant in the diverse neighborhood of Harlem in 2014. Once famous as a vibrant African American community, Harlem is now a mosaic of ethnicities and cultures. This diversity is part of what has attracted New York native Jordan Rice to plant a church in Harlem. According to Jordan, “ What Harlem has become is this ripe ground for God’s kingdom on earth. There are so many cultures and cultures within cultures. I’m hoping to be a part of a church where…