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2012’s Top Churches to Watch/ part 5


 

TOP 10 U.S. CHURCHES to learn from about CHURCH SIZE
These are the top churches to learn from about running a large church.

  1. Lakewood Church (Houston, TX) :: Joel Osteen
    Made 6/6 size lists with an average attendance of 44,333
  2. Willow Creek Community Church (South Barrington, IL) :: Bill Hybels
    Made 6/6 size lists with an average attendance of 23,213
  3. Second Baptist Church (Houston, TX) :: Ed Young, Sr.
    Made 6/6 size lists with an average attendance of 22,325
  4. North Point Community Church (Alpharetta, GA) :: Andy Stanley
    Made 6/6 size lists with an average attendance of 22,015
  5. LifeChurch.tv (Edmond, OK) :: Craig Groeschel
    **Made 4/4 size lists with an average attendance of 20,894
    **(did not report numbers in 2010 & 2011 despite mid-30K+ attendance)
  6. Saddleback Church (Lake Forest, CA) :: Rick Warren
    Made 6/6 size lists with an average attendance of 20,489
  7. Southeast Christian Church (Louisville, KY) :: Dave Stone
  8. Made 6/6 size lists with an average attendance of 18,348
  9. Phoenix First Assembly (Phoenix, AZ) :: Tommy Barnett
    **Made 4/4 size lists with an average attendance of 17,023
    **(did not report numbers in 2008 & 2009)
  10. Calvary Chapel Ft. Lauderdale (Ft. Lauderdale, FL) :: Bob Coy
    Made 6/6 size lists with an average attendance of 16,900
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