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Microchurches: Learning from the KC Underground Story
KC Underground describes themselves as an innovative yet ancient form of church pursuing Jesus’ mission in Kansas City. They exist to inspire, engage, connect, equip and empower ordinary people to flourish in their souls and families, with that flourishing spilling over into mission where they live, work, learn, and play. Their goal is simple, to create a network of reproducing disciples, leaders, micro-churches, and congregations that will saturate Kansas City with the good news, justice and beauty. The name is a tribute to the underground church of history, characterized by sacrificial faith in the face of danger, oppression, and even death. We honor that memory and hope to represent that church in our city and around the world.

In this webinar we are going to talk to Rob Wegner and Brian Johnson to hear more of KC Undergrounds story and explore a different model for being the church in the 21st Century.

Aug 27, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Brian Johnson
Founding Leader @KC Underground
Brian Johnson is on the Disciples Made Executive Team, and has served the local church for 20 years as worship leader, teaching pastor, and what he likes to call frontier explorer. In addition, he is one of the founding leaders of KC Underground. For eight years he served on the senior staff team of Cornerstone Church. While at Cornerstone, Brian led an international partnership with a church outside of Kampala, Uganda. Cornerstone’s investment in that church and its leaders has led to a significant shift in the spiritual and physical health of Kampala. Brian is currently co-leading KC Underground. Their goal is “a missionary on every street and a simple church in every neighborhood” for the purpose of gospel saturation, starting in Kansas City and extending to the nations.
Rob Wegner
Founding Leader @KC Underground
Rob Wegner is a founding leader of KC Underground - a decentralized network of reproducing disciples and microchurches. The forty vision is 21,000 microchurches connecting with training Hubs throughout the city, saturating Kansas City with the beauty, justice and good news of Jesus. Rob served as Teaching Pastor at Granger Community Church (Granger, IN) for 21 years, and helped start Monroe Circle Community Center, a hub for neighborhood renewal in the inner city of South Bend, IN. Rob also serves on the Lead Team of New Thing and the Executive Team of Disciples Made. Rob is an author, his latest books are Find You Place (co-written with Brian Phipps), Made for More (Exponential Theme Book 2018), and The Starfish and the Spirit.