Central Baptist Church of Southington Connecticut


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Does Your Area Need A Church

  • Jim Townsley
  • Aug 11, 2017
More and more people are realizing the need for new churches all over America. For many years there has been a need in the northeast and the inner cities. Over the last sixty years our cities have been abandoned for the suburbs and as a consequence churches have moved to the suburbs leaving the inner cities desolate. About half of the population of the United States lives in our cities and yet the cities have the fewest fundamental churches. The northeast, the west coast and many cities along our major river communities are without a fundamental church. The need for new churches is growing.
Most people realize there are regions of our country that are in desperate need of churches however a new phenomenon is occurring in that many of our traditionally conservative midwest and southern communities are needing new churches. This is a result of churches changing their standards and trying to appeal to the community using carnal methods. In addition, immigrants are pouring into the United States and can be found in every corner of the country. Consider also that the population of the United States has doubled since 1955 and yet the number of churches has remained stagnant while the existing churches are anemic. 
America is rapidly becoming a humanistic society as we head down the road previously trod by Europe. American churches as a whole are smaller and less sound in doctrine. We have a whole generation that is need of the gospel and we must have more laborers to start more churches. 
Where are churches needed? If you know of an area that needs a fundamental church please respond to this simple questionnaire. Your input will help us to identify where churches are needed. Please forward your information through one of the following methods: 
Central Baptist Church
1505 West Street
Southington, CT 06489
860-621-6701
  • What city or community needs a church?
  • Where is the closest fundamental church?
  • Are you interested and/or are there others interested in starting a church?
  • Are there people already meeting regularly?
  • Are people praying for a church?
  • Why do you believe a church is needed?
  • Is there a meeting place available?
  • Where do you attend church currently?
  • What are the opportunities and possibilities?
  • Are jobs available if the pastor needs to work?
  • Describe the area. Wealthy/middle-class/poor, densely populated/rural, growing/declining, ethnically diverse/one predominate ethnic group, small town/city, family/retirement community/student/working professionals, etc.
Please add your contact information along with any additional information that might be helpful to describe this need.