Interested in having your ministry considered for a Kingdom Come ministry partnership? The Chapel welcomes the opportunity to explore all that God has for us as it relates to our mission. Guidelines for partnership are available online.
The Chapel is pleased to introduce you to our Kingdom Come initiative. The mission of Kingdom Come is to ensure that within The Chapel’s circle of accountability and influence every man, woman and child has repeated opportunities to hear and see the gospel of Jesus Christ. This is accomplished by partnering with like-minded organizations and individuals committed to this same heartbeat. Recognizing the importance of our task, potential partnerships are prayerfully considered and assessed through the use of a specifically developed matrix that includes five key criteria:
- Leadership Effectiveness
- Ability to Influence
- Uniqueness of Opportunity
- Governance/Financial Stability
The matrix helps identify strengths and opportunities in light of The Chapel’s mission, vision, values, desires and plans.
Kingdom Come currently supports many individuals and ministries locally, regionally, nationally and internationally, and is privileged to consider many new opportunities each year. Partnerships can consist of financial support, equipment, training, consulting, and/or mentoring.
Also, The Chapel family is faithfully committed to Kingdom Come and as a result solicitation of support by individuals and ministries directly to the body is generally not allowed outside the purview of the Kingdom Come process, understanding that personal networks and relationships may already exist.
Partnership Process Overview
Step 1: Please review all the information on this webpage concerning Kingdom Come partnerships. Complete and return your survey to firstname.lastname@example.org or The Chapel, Attention: Amy Tartick, 500 CrossPoint Parkway, Getzville, NY 14068. (Please note that submission of this information does not guarantee in any way a positive outcome for a partnership of any kind.)
Step 2: Completed surveys commonly take 6-10 weeks to process fully as partnerships are evaluated on several levels both geographically as well as their current and potential impact in reaching every man, woman, and child within The Chapel’s circle of accountability. Additional information might be requested from you during this process to better assess your partnership opportunity.
Step 3: Notification of The Chapel’s decision will be sent to you upon completion of your ministry’s partnership evaluation. The Chapel is committed to doing all God has called it to do which will entail engaging many partnerships but may also require graciously declining others.
If your ministry would like to be considered for a Kingdom Come partnership, please select the appropriate survey below. Kindly read and answer to the best of your ability the questions found on the survey. The information provided will remain confidential and will be only used to assess this opportunity from The Chapel’s perspective.