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

The Top 25

City, State – Population

1. Westminster, CO – 110,598

2. West Jordan, UT – 109,549

3. Boulder, CO – 103,919

4. Columbia, MD – 103,055

5. Arden-Arcade, CA – 93,993

6. Alafaya, FL – 85,167

7. Hoover, AL – 83,547

8. John's Creek, GA – 82,203

9. Chino Hills, CA – 76,796

10. Kendall, FL – 76,267

11. Arlington Heights, IL – 75,802

12. Cheektowaga, NY – 74,905

13. Schaumburg, IL – 74,559

14. Southfield, MI – 72,859

15. Union, CA – 72,690

16. Rochester Hills, MI – 72,643

17. Dale, VA – 72,130

18. Waldorf, MD – 71,399

19. Atascocita, TX – 70,733

20. Missouri City, TX – 70,538

21. Lauderhill, FL – 69,979

22. Casas Adobes, AZ – 68,862

23. Redondo Beach, CA – 67,695

24. Pine Hills, FL – 66,906

25. Walnut Creek, CA – 66,799


SUCCESSFULLY PLANTED

Cities previously included on the top cities 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. Planted in 2017.

CLaimed Cities

Cities claimed by church planters who plan to start a new church there.

Newton, MA – 85,146