A healthy church multiplies disciples who are sent into their city so that every man, woman, and child has a daily encounter with Jesus in word and deed. Does this sound like the church you want to become?

More and more churches are feeling called to transition from being primarily focused on programs and events at the church building to focusing their best energy on equipping and mobilizing their people for mission everywhere they go in their city. Do you want to see your church living out their Biblical identity and raising up more and more “missionary teams” that can be sent to the lost and broken people in neighborhoods throughout your city?

If this vision sounds compelling, then Saturate can help your church grow in its ability to equip people and send them together as communities on mission to reach people where they live, work, learn, and play. No matter where your church is currently at in terms of health and effectiveness, we offer training, coaching, and resources that are helping hundreds of churches transition around North America and the world.

 Are you ready to transition? Take our quick survey and find out!

Through assessments and interviews we want to learn the story of your church and help create a tailored process to move your church towards greater health and more effective disciple-making. Depending on the needs of your church in your current season, click one of the icons below to choose one of our ready-made processes or create something custom from our à la carte toolbox of services.

Transition Processes

If your church has made a commitment to become more mission-minded, then one of these four processes is going to be the next best step for you. Let us guide you through the process.

Transition Toolbox

Transition Toolbox

Varying combinations of these eleven tools are utilized dusring a church’s one to three-year transition plan. Each church is unique and will not require every tool, but every church will need an assortment of tools.

Not sure which stage your church is at? Find out by reading our short resource:

Transitioning Church Stages