Project Jerusalem is the unique training strategy of Baptist Bible Seminary that partners our students with churches and missions agencies to plant new churches in the northeastern United States. Students gain practical, hands-on training for launching and growing a new church.
The Church Planting concentration is available for Master of Ministry and Master of Divinity students. The Master of Divinity Internship can be completed at Project Jerusalem churches. Also available is the Master of Arts In Church Planting & Renewal.
Students receive excellent training and mentoring from faculty and the leaders of Project Jerusalem churches. BBS prepares students for success in planting and growing a dynamic church.
A NEED FOR CHURCHES
An estimated 90 million people live within a five-hour radius of the BBS campus. Despite its heavy population, the Northeast is the least evangelized part of the country. Project Jerusalem desires to establish and develop effective Bible-preaching churches in needy urban, ethnic and rural communities in the region.
The New York City metro is the focus of church planting strategy Project Antioch.
Learn more about Project Antioch.
Learn more about why church planting is needed in the Northeast.
CONNECTING WITH PROJECT JERUSALEM
Read the latest Project Jerusalem Praise and Prayer Update.
To sign up to receive the monthly Project Jerusalem E-Newsletter, email Stacey Shaw.
Connect with Project Jerusalem on Facebook. Find current church planting resources and learn more about projects.
CHURCH PLANTER CANDIDATES
An assessment process for church planters is now available online.
Questions? Contact the director of church planting Dr. Ken Davis.
SUPPORT PROJECT JERUSALEM
- Dedicated prayer support and human resources are needed to make Project Jerusalem’s church plants successful.
- You can direct your gifts of financial support to Project Jerusalem. Donations can be made securely online on the CSU Giving Partners webpage.