Get Involved

How to Get Involved

“And let our people learn to devote themselves to good works, so as to help cases of urgent need, and not be unfruitful.” —Titus 3:14

Be a Part of the Mission.

Discover how you can join in planting and revitalizing churches
in overlooked Black and Brown communities.

Join as a Church Planter.

Get involved with The Crete Collective as a church planter.

Join as a Member Church.

Activate your church to join in The Crete Collective mission.


Please ask the Lord to bless this effort to spread the gospel in neglected neighborhoods and to provide for our needs.

Sign up for our newsletter.


Help us spread the word about our work by sharing on your social media outlets and with your church leaders.


Prayerfully consider how much the Lord would have you give to help establish churches among often underserved people.


We host a variety of events designed to pool our knowledge and
equip Christians to serve in neglected Black and Brown neighborhoods.

Crete Collective Interest Meeting

Interested in learning more about the Crete Collective? Join us for our online interest meeting and learn more about joining the collective. This meeting is for those interested in becoming a member church, church plant, or funding church. Click Here to RSVP

Collective Conversations

For churches who have joined the Collective. Open to pastors, leaders, and team members. Join us for fellowship and mutual learning on context specific topics. We meet the 3rd Thursday of each month. Thursday, June 17th @ 4pm-6pm EST

Planter Network Calls

If you are planting (or preparing to plant) a church in a distressed black and brown community, join us for fellowship, context-specific training, prayer, and peer learning. We meet the 1st Thursday of each month. Thursday, June 3rd @ 4pm-6pm EST

Keep up-to-date

Want to keep up-to-date with The Crete Collective? Sign up for our periodic newsletter. We won’t clutter your inbox but we will keep you in loop.


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