When planting a church with the South Texas AG District, there are two recommended paths of affiliation: Parent Affiliated Church (PAC) or General Council Affiliated. Each path has different criteria:
South Texas AG encourages the use of the Parent Affiliated Church model to plant new churches (although in some cases a Parent Church may not be readily available). Relationship between the Parent and Plant is a big key to making the PAC a success. If you are looking for a Parent Church to partner with, perhaps we can be of some assistance to help you connect. We also offer assistance in establishing a MOU, contact us for more infomation. The Church Multiplication Network, the national AG Church Planting support system, has a number of resources available for the PAC.
To start the process for a PAC, the Parent Church must be a sovereign Assembly of God church. A Memorandum of Understanding must be created and signed by both pastors and turned into the District Office with a a New Church Charter Form. (If you need a New Church Plant charter form, the form can be found under PAC Resources.)
To start the process for a General Council Affiliated Church, contact the sectional presbyter where the church is to be planted.
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