Size is a far less important factor in measuring church health and success than we’ve made it out to be.
Even this blog, which comes from a small church perspective, isn’t based on the premise that smaller is better. It’s about being a champion for churches that are often marginalized because of their size. Smaller isn’t better. It’s just under-represented.
Nevertheless, church size is a major identifier for this blog and, as the subject of this post, I’ll offer some examples of what I think are better questions regarding church size.
Instead of asking “what’s the best church size?” we need to ask “what’s the best church size for a given situation?”