City parish (model)

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The city parish church ministry model or strategy is an approach to ministry that seeks to reach neighbors in a locality or city that are not normally reachable naturally through the location of a particular church. Often, any given church is able to permeate the immediate neighbors surrounding the physical location of the gathering place of that church. City parish strategy attempts to reach neighborhoods in multiple physical locations operating under a single extended body of leadership.[1]

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  1. ^ Kelley, Melissa. "Redefining the Parish Model: An Old Concept Finds Revival Within the PCA". byFaithOnline.com. Presbyterian Church in America. Retrieved 8 May 2013.