The Embassy Church is a member of two networks that love the Gospel and are committed to planting churches. Though neither of these networks is a formal denomination, they both provide coaching, accountability, resources, and camaraderie for our leaders:
The Acts 29 Network is an association of churches with a common mission to plant other churches. They assess potential lead planters and connect them with other pastors for coaching, mentoring, training, and resourcing. They also provide a learning network for member churches. They strive toward nurturing a unifying, uncommon move of God which is entirely centered on the gospel and advancing the mission of Jesus through obediently planting church that will go on to planting other churches. They desire to see millions of lives changed by the power of the Spirit for the glory of God. The network was started in 2000 and has grown to include over 400 churches all over the country, encompassing most major urban centers. For a complete list of Acts 29 churches, visit their website at acts29network.org.
Fellowship Associates was founded in 1999 by Fellowship Bible Church of Little Rock. It is a community of like-minded churches. They knew that the best way to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ was through the establishment of healthy churches that would both proclaim and incarnate the gospel. The network facilitates idea sharing, coaching, and accountability among its pastors. Many of the churches, including The Embassy Church, were planted through FA’s Church Planting Residency Program. The network includes churches in other major cities such as: Portland, Los Angeles, Boston, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham, Charlotte, Louisville, Memphis, Nashville, and Austin. For more information about Fellowship Associates, visit their website at fellowshipassociates.com.