February 22, 2018 Tony Morgan

Breaking (a big) Attendance Barrier: Free Webinar

A while back, I wrote an article series on why churches of different sizes get stuck—from small, to mid-sized, to large, and very large. It seemed to resonate with a lot of my readers.

There’s a lot out there to read about growth barriers, specifically. But if you lead a large church, the pool of wisdom grows small. The truth is, all churches will hit growth barriers eventually—even the large ones. My team at The Unstuck Group has a lot of experience coaching leaders of large churches and we decided to share some practical next steps you can take if you feel like you’re up against a growth barrier.

On Thursday, March 1st, at 1 p.m. EST, some friends and I will host a new free webinar called Breaking Barriers: Reaching 2,000 & Beyond. We will dig into a few of the unique challenges of increasing church attendance and leading a large church forward:

    • How to Recognize a Toxic Culture & Turn It Around

    • Overcoming a Leadership Void in Your Staff and Volunteer Teams

    • Multisite Model Missteps & How They Set You Back

    • Complexity Creep & Why It’s Undermining Your Vision

We’re saving 15 minutes at the end of the webinar for live Q&A. Register now if you’re interested, as space is first come, first serve. Hope to see you there and have an engaging discussion about healthy church growth.


UPDATE: Registration for this event is now closed. Enter your email address below to access the webinar replay and resources mentioned during the webinar.


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Tony Morgan

Tony Morgan

Tony is the Chief Strategic Officer and founder of The Unstuck Group. For 14 years, Tony served on the senior leadership teams at West Ridge Church (Dallas, GA), NewSpring Church (Anderson, SC) and Granger Community Church (Granger, IN). He's written several books and articles that have been featured with the Willow Creek Association, Catalyst and Pastors.com.
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