Rich Birch

Rich Birch

Rich Birch is one of the early multi-site church pioneers in North America. He led the charge in helping The Meeting House in Toronto to become the leading multi-site church in Canada with over 5,000+ people in 18 locations. In addition, he served on the leadership team of Connexus Church in Ontario, a North Point Community Church Strategic Partner. He has also been a part of the lead team at Liquid Church - a 5 location multisite church serving the Manhattan facing suburbs of New Jersey. Liquid is known for it’s innovative approach to outreach and community impact. Rich is passionate about helping churches reach more people, more quickly through excellent execution.His latest book Church Growth Flywheel: 5 Practical Systems to Drive Growth at Your Church is an Amazon bestseller and is design to help your church reach more people in your community.

Bobby Williams on Leveraging Email to Follow Up with First Time Guests

Subscribe to the unSeminary Podcast: //    Bobby Williams is the pastor of Ridge Community Church in Oak Ridge, TN. In this episode Bobby gives us insight into a new way of following up with First Time Guests at his church. He talks us through how he's strategically using email to make...

How to Lead a Church Strategic Review Session

At least on an annual basis your church leadership needs to take some time away to consider how you are doing in reaching your mission. Many churches have found that the SWOT analysis is a helpful tool for evaluating their organizational progress.  SWOT is an acronym for Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities...

6 Times When Your Church Needs to Change Its Strategy

The vision of your church will always stay the same ... usually it has something to do with reaching people and helping them grow in their faith. The strategy will mostly stay the same over the years because you build organizational momentum through consistently executing the same strategy. However, there...

7 Warning Signs Your Church Is Struggling

Often in church leadership, we get so busy working "in the church" that it becomes harder to work "on the church." We're so focused on making weekends happen and caring for people that we lose perspective on whether we're seeing a difference in our community. The reality is, as church...
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