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Portable Church Options with Dustin Whitt

Portable Church Options with Dustin Whitt

As the trend for satellite locations grows, so have available solutions. Whitt explores the risks and rewards when "going portable" is your mission.

The process and planning 12Stone went through relative to launching 5 portable campuses all at once. Whitt shares those steps and talks about decision making and some of the lessons they learned on their journey. 

Production Director, Dustin Whitt, with 12Stones Church speaks on:

Identifying the risks and rewards of an aggressive multi-site expansion.

A step-by-step model for planning and deployment of portable church systems.

Understanding the ways in which "out of the box" thinking can lead to paradigm-shifting operational models for staffing productions.

Gaining new tools to properly manage multi-site expansion projects and measure effectiveness.

Across America, community centers and school gymnasiums are being repurposed into houses of worship, bringing live or pre-recorded worship services and teaching into local communities.  As with any meaningful worship experience, the Message and music must be clearly received, with each worshipper fully engaged.  In an ordinary multi-purpose community space or gymnasium however, this represents acoustic and visual challenges as well as physical set-up and storage considerations.  But, as the trend for satellite locations grows, so have the available solutions.  Join us as we explore the risks and rewards when "going portable" is your mission.



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