'The Christian Post' quotes from a report by the Leadership Network which describes the spread of 'multi-site' churches in a number of European countries. One such is Holy Trinity Brompton (HTB) in London:
'On any one Sunday, Holy Trinity
Brompton (HTB) (www.htb.org.uk) in
London, UK, will have about 4,500 people
through its doors, attending one of eight
services held in two locations less than a
mile from each other, and drawn from a
pool of about 10,000 attendees.'
Multi-site churches differ to church plants, in that they normally present themselves as one church in several locations, overseen by a single leadership, albeit with dedicated leaders for each site or campus. These began in the US, and have spread to Australia and more recently the UK and other European countries.