Join us in Orlando, March 4-7, 2024!
Multiply Vineyard will be joining the Exponential Conference again this year—the largest church planting gathering in North America!
The theme of the conference is One-Eighty: The Return to Disciple Making. Together with thousands of other planters and pastors from across the US, we will be growing around the topic of how we might disciple those who come to our churches and church plants. The Multiply Vineyard Summit has always been a place to gather with like-minded planters and pastors in the Vineyard to dream, pray, and learn together about church planting. We encourage you to you join us this year for what we believe will be an incredible conference and time together!
We have some great things planned for Vineyard attendees this year in addition to what Exponential has planned, including:
• VUSA National Director, Jay Pathak will be the Keynote Speaker at Exponential!
• Workshops led by Multiply Vineyard
• A conference party on Tuesday evening, March 5, hosted by Multiply Vineyard
*Tickets purchased here = Exponential Conference + All Vineyard Events!
For years, deep down I wondered, could I be a church planter? I didn't see myself as qualified. I didn't even know where to begin. I did, however, always feel the pull towards the adventure of the kingdom. Saying yes to the Multiply Vineyard Summit seemed like a good starting point in gaining clarity and connections with others who stood where I was standing. I went to the Summit giving myself the full permission to wonder, "Could I be a church planter?" It was also so important to have others ahead of me and in step with me to process, discern, pray, dream, and question together.
“As a sending pastor who brought someone who is discerning with me...It stirred up so many great conversations for him and I. I really felt like as a sending pastor I was learning how to send planters well in a way that isn’t just pushing them into the deep end, but in a way that will set them up for success. I came home thinking, I can do this. I felt like I came home with a bag of tools that I honestly didn’t have when I got there.”