The Big 5

These are the top 5 cities in Northern New England that need a life-giving church.

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We are looking for church planters who want to plant in these locations:


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MONTPELIER, VT

Montpelier, VT is tucked away in a tangle of wilderness and clinging to the edges of the Winooski and North Branch Rivers. Montpelier has a population of about 8,000. Less than 3% attend a Bible-teaching church.

 
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BRATTLEBORO, VT

Downtown Brattleboro is the cultural & economic hub for southern Vermont. Brattleboro’s compact, walkable footprint houses an incredible variety of entertainment venues exuding an urban-esque feel, all set against natural beauty. Of the 45,000 people in Windham County only 1000 attend a Bible-believing church.

 
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CONCORD, NH

Concord is the civic heart of theGranite State and New Hampshire’s state capital that feels more like a town than a city. The wonderful downtown is full of historic Main Street charm and serves as a cultural hub. Concord is theperfect place to raise a family, grow a business, explore New England’s rich history and most importantly, to start a church.

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BRUNSWICK/BATH, ME

The population of Brunswick is approximately 21,000. It is home to Bowdoin College, theBowdoin College Museum of Art, the Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum. Bath has a population of about 9,000. The city is popular with tourists, many drawn by its 19th-century architecture. Only 3% of the population attends a Bible- believing church.

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PORTLAND, ME

The Greater Portland metropolitan area is home to over half a million people, more than one-third of Maine’s total population. The Old Port district is frequented by tourists, while Portland Head Light is also a destination. With only about 20,000 evangelicals in that almost 500,000 population Portland is a mission field with much potential.


INTERESTED IN ONE OF THESE LOCATIONS?