Moved by the desperate spiritual need in our region, the churches of Converge Rocky Mountain have rallied together and set a goal to add 100 congregations throughout the Rocky Mountain West by the end of 2025.
What: To glorify God and expand our redemptive force by intentionally adding 100 congregations to the CRM movement of churches over the next ten years. (Multi-sites, plants and established churches seeking affiliation.)
Why: 11 million people reside in the Rocky Mountain West. 9.5 million are unchurched. There is a desperate...
I want to help start churches in the Rocky Mountain West.
The Rocky Mountain region is desperate for new, healthy churches. Churches that proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and spread His love throughout their community. For only $10 a month you can help start new churches and enjoy a great mug. Use it as a prayer prompter to stand in the gap for our planting families and our unreached region.
God is on the move! CRM is starting and strengthening churches at a record pace. To keep moving forward we need to expand our financial base. Pray about investing $100 per month to add 100 churches to CRM by 2025. These new churches will bring the Gospel to our region and enable people to have life-changing encounters with Christ.
Converge Rocky Mountain is following the leading of God’s Spirit and heading back into Utah. The state has a 98% unchurched rate and is dominated in politics and philosophy by the LDS church. The goal is to plant five churches in a reasonably short period of time, four Anglo and one Hispanic. Loren and Carrie Pankratz are leading the charge with our first plant in Centerville, Utah. They welcome churches to bring teams out for an insightful mission’s experience. Converge Rocky Mountain has formed strategic partnerships with Vision 360 and K2 Church in Salt Lake City to make this...
Ministry families face a number of unique life challenges. At times, these challenges can become overwhelming. The Converge Rocky Mountain Benevolence Fund distributes thousands of dollars every year to help ministry families receive counseling, make house payments, and receive medical treatments. Every partner church is encouraged to designate one offering a year for the Converge Rocky Mountain Benevolence Fund.