The whole church taking the whole gospel to the whole city.
Mission Birmingham brings leaders together to encourage partnerships and create strategies to mobilize volunteers that solve the issues we face in the Birmingham metro area.
Mission Birmingham began at a Pastors’ Prayer Summit in 1998 where 85 pastors and ministry leaders gathered at Shocco Springs Conference Center to spend four days together seeking God in prayer. Since that moment in time, God has continued to use us to see significant Kingdom initiatives developed by a large number of diverse local churches and ministries.
Mission Birmingham uses its extensive network in Birmingham to connect people and organizations.
Mission Birmingham convenes leaders to develop strategic initiatives to effectively impact our community.
Transformation happens one person – one family – one neighborhood – one community at a time. Birmingham is experiencing the beginning stages of that transformation – but a fresh paradigm is needed.
Mission Birmingham is that paradigm for transformation. Fifteen years of building relationships across our city positions us to:
- foster relational partnerships;
- create effective strategies; and
- mobilize volunteers.
Will you join us on the journey of transformation?
Will you be the change our city needs?
Though Mission Birmingham began at a Pastors’ Prayer Summit in 1998 where 85 pastors and ministry leaders gathered, Mission Birmingham is not a Christian organization. MB is using churches and Christians in partnership with business and government to subvert God's authority structure by facilitating a transformation to a "new paradigm" or new way of thinking and acting that is rebellious and which will result in a "new" communitarian world order apart from God.
See What is the Church Growth Movement? to learn more.