4.41: The Role of Church Planting in the Mixed Ecology with Wole Agbaje

Terri Elton and Dwight Zscheile welcome minister and leader of IMPRINT Church London, Wole Agbaje.

It’s time to Pivot! In episode eight of season four, our co-hosts Terri Elton and Dwight Zscheile welcome this weeks special guest, Ordained Minister and Leader if IMPRINT Church London, Wole Agbaje.

In todays episode, we explore a few questions around Wole and his work.

What is the role of church planting in mixed ecology?
Who attends your church? What is the context of the neighborhood.
What is life giving about your work? What are some challenges you’re facing?

Show Notes:

IMPRINT Church website


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Wole Agbaje

Wole Agbaje is the leader of IMPRINT Church which has plants in both London and Leicester. IMPRINT started with a group of friends at Leicester University organising gospel showcases and expressing Christian faith through contemporary music, film, and theatre. And a few years later, IMPRINT Church was birthed out of this creative expression. Wole is also a curate at Holy Trinity Brompton and part of their worship leadership team. Wole loves to record and release music in his spare time and is a part of the Deep House duo called HYTES. As a pastor, he talks about his faith authentically through his music.

Meet Your Hosts

  • Terri Elton

    Terri is a teacher who loves Jesus and God’s world. She currently is a Professor of Leadership and Dean of Academic Affairs at Luther Seminary, but has also served in congregations and non-profit settings. In her free time, Terri loves to bike and explore nature. She, along with her husband Eric, believes the world is interesting and together they travel to different cultures and places as often as they can.

  • Dwight Zscheile

    Dwight Zscheile is vice president of innovation and professor of congregational mission and leadership at Luther Seminary. His latest book is Leading Faithful Innovation: Following God into a Hopeful Future (with Michael Binder and Tessa Pinkstaff, Fortress Press, 2023).

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