GO2 North America

What if you, along with thousands of other college graduates, could get connected to a healthy local church as soon as you settled in your new city?

Yes, I want to go.

The Opportunity

Let Go2 connect you to a church plant where you can build relationships and advance the gospel in a North American city of your choosing.

Move to a New City

Transition to a North American city of your choice to find an exciting new career.

Connect with Go2

Get paired with an up-and-coming church plant in need of disciple makers.

Join a Church Plant

Invest in relationships and advance the gospel as a part of a unified community.

Where You Can Go

Let Go2 connect you to a church plant where you can build relationships and advance the gospel in a North American city of your choosing.













Kansas City

Las Vegas

Los Angeles


New Orleans

New York City





Salt Lake City

San Diego

San Francisco


South Florida

St. Louis


Twin Cities


Washington D. C.

Gold Cities are primary church plant destinations.
If you want to go somewhere else, we can help!

City Overviews

Meet Our Planters


Will I have a job?

Just like all graduates, you will need to secure a job in your career field.

What will I tell my parents?

We’ve got a few ideas.

  • “I’ve been thinking about where to look for a job after college. I’ve been praying about how I can use my career to help introduce people to Jesus.”
  • “My (church/college ministry) has done several trips to (city name), and I’ve worked with (church plant name) on those trips. I’m considering taking part in GO2—an initiative that asks graduating seniors to find marketplace jobs in places where churches are being started to help share Christ and make disciples in new communities.”
  • “You have invested in me during these college years, and I want to now invest in others by going to a city where I can not only start my career but also help a new church share Christ with people who do not know Him.”

Will I have a role in the church?

Absolutely! You’ll have the opportunity to serve in a variety of ways. In fact, because the church we connect you with will be a church plant, you will likely have more opportunities there than the church you part of now.

What if I don’t know where I want to go?

Choosing where to go is not as important as making the decision to do GO2. Some people will choose a location because their church or college ministry has a partnership with a church or a group of churches in a city. Others will choose a location because that’s where they could find a job or because it’s a place they’ve always wanted to live. Some may choose a location because that’s where their friends are going or because it’s close to family.

One of these factors, or maybe a combination of other factors, can play a part in your decision. What’s most important is that you go somewhere where you can leverage your influence and invest in a church plant to bring the hope of the gospel to people who don’t yet know Jesus.

Can I still be in school and do GO2?

GO2 is designed for those who have finished their senior year and are making the transition from college to career. This shift is important because GO2 participants need to have jobs to support themselves and to build relationships in workplaces.

What do people usually do after GO2?

GO2 is open-ended. After 24 months, you can stay in your new city, return to your hometown or even go to a new place to help start another church. Some people will take part in GO2 and then head home after their commitment. Others help start a new church, fall in love with the city and decide to stay. Regardless of where you land after the commitment, the “win” is seeing your growth through the blessings and challenges of the GO2 journey. The experiences gained during GO2 are invaluable ones that you will carry for the rest of your life.

Will I get paid as part of GO2?

You will not get paid as part of GO2 North America.

Can I do seminary at the same time as GO2?

Yes, but it will be a challenge, and you will still need to cover your own expenses. Doing additional education, working a full-time job, connecting coworkers in the community and helping with a church plant will be difficult. We don’t want to discourage you from doing both, but we want you to count the costs before making the commitment.

Get Started

Note: Applications are open all year, but the best time to apply is in the fall of your senior year.