12 churches.
12 cities.
By 2025.

 
 
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A network of church-planting churches in urban Japan

 
 
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The mission of Mustard Seed Network is to glorify God by making disciples through planting gospel-centered churches in urban Japan.

unreached. urban. church planting.

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Our Story

In 2007, compelled by Christ's commission and the great need for the gospel in Japan, a team of church planters moved to Japan with a vision to make disciples by planting churches in urban Japan. The first church began in December 2009 in Nagoya, Japan. In a ministry characterized by gospel proclamation, relentless evangelism, biblical teaching, and authentic community, disciples were soon made and the kingdom of God grew in Japan. Within two years a team was sent to Osaka and a second church was planted. The third and fourth churches have been planted in Kobe and Kyoto. Mustard Seed Network endeavors to plant eight more churches in Japan’s largest urban areas by 2025.

 
 
 
 
 

What are Mustard Seed Network churches like?

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Who is Mustard Seed Network?

CHURCH PLANTERS | SUPPORT STAFF | BOARD

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Why Japan?

 
 
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The population of Japan is less than 1% Christian.

With over 126 million people, the Japanese are the world’s second largest unreached people group.

 
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Ready to help?

 
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