Foursquare Affinity Networks bring together, encourage and resource leaders of like passion for distinctive missional activity. They serve as a voice to help present and future leaders connect church with their local communities and world issues.
Discover the joy of:
- Mutual encouragement
- An organic exchange of ideas and resources
- Effective peer and community collaboration
- Healthy ministry multiplication
The networks, in cooperation with U.S. districts and churches, are part of the holistic, kingdom-focused mission of God and Foursquare’s call to multiply disciples, leaders, churches and movements.
Join a Network
We invite Foursquare licensed ministers and church or community ministry leaders to participate in Affinity Networks. Interested in learning more about a network? Check out the current list of Affinity Networks, or contact Emily Plater.
Anti-Human Trafficking Network
Focuses on abolishing modern-day slavery in the U.S. and internationally through prevention, rescue and aftercare of survivors.
Business As Mission Network
Focuses on business/vocation as a God-given calling to impact the spiritual, economic, social and environmental welfare of our communities and world.
Campus Ministry Network
Focuses on nurturing college students on U.S. campuses—investing in their discipleship, leadership development and engagement in justice issues.
Compassion Ministries Network
Focuses on underserved populations of urban centers and communities with the goal of providing relief and development.
Counselors and Coaches Network
Focuses on community engagement through the utilization of professional counseling, coaching and spiritual direction expertise.
Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Network (EHS)
Focuses on integrating discipleship and emotional health for personal and community transformation.
Foster Advocacy Network
Focuses on serving foster children, foster parents, birth parents and social workers by engaging state systems at every level.
Refugee Care Network
Focuses on ministry to refugee populations resettling in U.S. cities, providing practical and spiritual care in the current global migration crisis.
Focuses on the advancement of God’s mission through interdisciplinary, practical and scholarly learning and publication activities (e.g., journals, speaking forums, workshops.)
Special Needs Network
Focuses on creatively seeking ways to show God's love to this often marginalized group through inclusion, accessibility and acceptance.