The ten largest cities in need of a healthy, Spirit-empowered church
The Church Multiplication Network has worked, in partnership with Assemblies of God district superintendents, in order to compile a list of the largest communities in America that do not have a single healthy, Spirit-empowered church.
If you have any questions, or if you feel that God is calling you to consider planting a church in one of these cities, contact CMN director Chris Railey at EveryCommunity@ag.org
City | Population
1 Westminster, CO | 106,114
2 West Jordan, UT | 103,712
3 Mission Viejo, CA | 93,305
4 Newton, MA | 85,146
5 Hoover, AL | 81,619
6 John's Creek, GA | 76,728
7 Farmington Hills, MI | 79,740
8 Chino Hills, CA | 74,799
9 Arlington Heights, IL | 75,101
10 Schaumburg, IL | 74,227
Cities previously included on the top ten list that now feature an Assemblies of God church plant
Waukegan, IL | 89,078
Alex & Eridania Soler. Planted in 2015.
Miramar, FL | 122,041
- Elizabeth & Hiram Rios. Planted in 2016.
Sandy Springs, GA | 93,853
- Earl & Kathy Cooper. Planted in 2016.
- Mark & Cheree Haston. Planted in 2017.
Newport Beach, CA | 85,186
- Lesly Merlos. Planted in 2015.
College Station, TX | 93,857
Eli & Amanda Stewart. Planting in 2017.