Richmond Church Planting

Download our church planting philosophy and strategy document, Why Should West End Presbyterian Church Plant New Churches?

Our vision is to multiply indigenous, healthy, Kingdom-minded churches, so that the Gospel transforms our society socially, spiritually, and culturally. Knowing the Church will accomplish more together than any one church can do on its own, we cooperate as a network and will make alliances with other networks or parts of the body of Christ as appropriate. Listed below are daughter & partner churches in the metro Richmond area:

:: Grace Community Presbyterian Church,  Hanover County (2005)

:: Spring Run Presbyterian Church, Midlothian (2006)

:: City Church of Richmond, Richmond City (2007)

:: Sudan Christian Fellowship, Meeting at WEPC (2008)

:: Evergreen Community Church, Powhatan County (2009)

:: Iglesia Hispana, Meeting at WEPC (2010)

:: Ray of Hope Nepalese Fellowship, Meeting at WEPC (2011)

:: Northside Church of Richmond, Richmond City, Northside (2011)

:: Crown & Joy Presbyterian Church, Richmond City, Southside (2014)

:: Hispanic Church-Planting Development CommissionJames River Presbytery (2016)

:: African-American Church Planter Joint VentureMetro Richmond Church Planting Network (2017)