Proyecto Planta Iglesia

Ibarra

Jan 2014 - Apr 2016

Ibarra was founded a second time in 1872, making it the youngest city in Ecuador. The city is located at the foot of the Imbabura Volcano and resides at 7,200 feet in elevation. The population in Ibara is 139,721 people according to the 2010 census.

The church plant in Ibarra began in early 2013 and was the first ever Nazarene church in the city of Ibarra. Nearly a year after the first service, the Puerta Abierta Iglesia del Nazareno in Ibarra (Open Door Church of the Nazarene) was officially organized as a Nazarene church. The church plant that started with a pastoral family and a 40/40 team has now grown to the largest Nazarene church in its district.

Like other Extreme Nazarene churches, the Puerta Abierta Church continues to plant seeds in the community of Ibarra, raise up new leaders and make disciples who make disciples. This Puerta Abierta Church holds four services per week and hosts 8 small groups throughout the city.

Progreso

El Equipo

Heyner Rufasto Castañeda

Heyner Rufasto Castañeda

40/40 Church Planter SA
Jeremias Tobar

Jeremias Tobar

40/40 Church Planter NA

Los Alumni

Astrid Mayta Minchala

Astrid Mayta Minchala

Lead Pastor
Abigail Crespin

Abigail Crespin

40/40 Church Planter SA
Chase Howard

Chase Howard

40/40 Church Planter NA
Emily Strunk

Emily Strunk

40/40 Cluster Coordinator Couple
Kurtis Strunk

Kurtis Strunk

40/40 Cluster Coordinator Couple
Matt Huyser

Matt Huyser

40/40 Church Planter NA
Michaela Rimmer

Michaela Rimmer

40/40 Church Planter NA
Rebecca Fahrni

Rebecca Fahrni

40/40 Church Planter NA
Samuel Quiroz

Samuel Quiroz

40/40 Church Planter NA
Yoan Camacaro Galano

Yoan Camacaro Galano

Lead Pastor