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The City Gospel Movement team helps celebrate and accelerate collaborative gospel work in cities around the world.

Through this site, you can connect with movement leaders and learn best practices in evangelism and city transformation.

Celebrating Collaborative Gospel Work

Is that in the Bible?

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1 effective way to build bridges between the church and community stakeholders that seems too good to be true.

From Apathy to Impact

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I asked them: “How many times have you shared your faith in the last year?”

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Explore city gospel movements around the world and get connected to their leaders.

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Community Stories

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Rosie Schuman, Abide Omaha

Abide works for city transformation one neighborhood at a time.

Jeff Pishney

Jeff Pishney’s hometown was voted “One of the worst cities in America.” He founded Love Our Cities to change that.
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Ryan Smith, Flower City Outreach

“I want to see the church get excited about taking on projects and ideas that are bigger than themselves.”

What is a city gospel movement?

Answer: A united, holistic, sustainable effort by the Church to seek the peace and prosperity of their city. Read more

What are the characteristics of a city gospel movement?

Answer:

  1. First, the movement is gospel-centered.
  2. Second, the movement is church-driven.
  3. Third, the movement is disciple-led.
  4. Finally, the movement is city-focused.

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How can we create church unity?

Answer: Church unity does not happen overnight. In many cities church unity has taken years to develop. However, no unity exists without a few people believing it is possible and who remain persistent about creating unity. Read more

What is a city gospel movement?

Answer: A united, holistic, sustainable effort by the Church to seek the peace and prosperity of their city. Read more

What are the characteristics of a city gospel movement?

Answer:

  1. First, the movement is gospel-centered.
  2. Second, the movement is church-driven.
  3. Third, the movement is disciple-led.
  4. Finally, the movement is city-focused.

Read more

How can we create church unity?

Answer: Church unity does not happen overnight. In many cities church unity has taken years to develop. However, no unity exists without a few people believing it is possible and who remain persistent about creating unity. Read more