What does it take to start a Q Place?
Want to learn more about how to start a Q Place? Wonderful! We are so thrilled that you want to launch a Q Place for your friends and neighbors. So many people in our everyday lives are looking for an opportunity to discuss questions about God and the Bible. You would be providing a safe place where people can discuss those questions, where you will all be making new discoveries together.
In order to facilitate a Q Place, you will need personally to know God as revealed in the Bible. You will also agree to embrace the Q Place Core Values and Guidelines. This means that you will facilitate and not teach the group so that everyone in the group can discover for themselves what they believe. We use the term Initiator for the person who facilitates a Q Place. A Q Place Initiator takes initiative in many ways through the process of starting and facilitating a Q Place. It is best to find two others who will co-initiate a Q Place with you. Initiators can learn important facilitation skills by participating in a Turbo Group, a small group of potential Initiators who discuss the book How to Start a Q Place for six weeks, learning from one another and encouraging each other through the early stages of starting and sustaining a Q Place.
To learn more, visit Start a Q Place.