Microchurch NEXT Online Learning Community

Starting a New Microchurch Movement

How does a microchurch movement start up?

In recent days, post-Covid, there has been a sea change in the world of “church planting”. Five to ten years ago, virtually all planters and church planting organizations were focused almost exclusively on the legacy model of church planting, often known as “launch large.” Now, a surging number of young leaders have different dreams and aspirations.

Rob Wegner, Brian Johnson, and Jason Sheppherd are directors of two microchurch networks that are regularly coaching ordinary people to make disciples, see microchurches emerge, and form city-wide networks. Join us for a learning community where we will open the hood on how these two networks emerged and equip you with paradigms and tools you can contextualize within your own city, region, or context.

Ideal Participants: Church Planters and Aspiring Microchurch Leaders

An Online, Dynamic Experience

This live, online learning community will explore…

Online Cohort Details


Online Summit: Sunday, September 10
  • 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm ET
  • Discover Kansas City Underground
  • Discover Church Project
Online 7-Week Missionary Pathway
  • Sundays at 5:00-6:00 pm ET
  • Weeks of September 17 -October 29
  • The Missionary Pathway Training Huddle is a seven-week journey providing an overview of the five stages of the journey that anyone goes through when they travel as a missionary-disciple maker in a context.
Closing Online Summit: Sunday, November 5
  • 3:00 pm at 5:00 pm ET
  • Online
  • Finalize Action Plan for Next Steps


Limited spots are available and will be filled first-come-first-serve. 

Starting a New Microchurch Movement Online Cohort

$ 199 per person
  • Collaborate With Peers
  • Shared Experience

Refund policy: In the unlikely event the Learning Communities are cancelled before the first gathering, your deposit will be refunded. Leadership Network reserves the right to cancel an event due to circumstances beyond our control, including but not limited natural disasters, damage to host facilities, terrorism, contagious health concerns, government (national, state, regional and local) travel restrictions or public gathering restrictions. Under such circumstances, registrations are non-refundable. Much like when traveling on vacation or overseas, we recommend consideration of travel insurance if you need safeguarding against loss.