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What is Reimagine 2.0?

Read the latest Reimagine Foursquare updates, find out the latest progress on the Five Stakes, and learn what Reimagine 2.0 means for you.

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Reimagine Timeline

Wondering where the Reimagine conversations came from or where we are headed? Check out the timeline, and download research commissioned by Foursquare President Glenn Burris Jr. and the board of directors.


  • June 2016

    Foursquare convention body adopts a bylaw provision to establish a local “Covenant Church,” which operates like a “Charter Church” but maintains its own corporate existence for the purpose of property ownership.
  • June 2016

    The Hawaii and Southwest Districts converge, and will be led by Hawaii District Supervisor Fernando Castillo.
  • May 2016

    Foursquare convention body meets in Honolulu to vote on additional bylaw changes to facilitate Reimagine. Reimagine 2.0 to be announced.
  • April 2016

    A third disbursement of approximately $2.9 million is returned to churches that participated in the covenant of tithe.
  • March 2016

    Foursquare Missions International (FMI) starts its own process of reimagining its future and how it will partner with local churches to fulfill the Great Commission.
  • March 2016

    Canvas, Foursquare’s online education platform, has expanded to include all 12 districts as well as Foursquare Missions International. There are currently over 800 users on the Foursquare Canvas platform, and it is now open to institutes and churches.


  • October 2015

    A second disbursement of $2.9 million is returned to churches that participate in the covenant of tithe.
  • August 2015

    The Foursquare Hub, Foursquare’s new user-friendly database, is launched.
  • May 2015

    Foursquare Foundation makes initial steps to align its efforts to support missional efforts nationally and globally.
  • May 2015

    The Foursquare convention body approves several bylaw changes to facilitate Reimagine Foursquare’s Five Stakes.
  • April 2015

    The board of directors allocates a 20 percent disbursement of the tithe in 2015 to return to churches that participate in the covenant of tithe. $2.8 million is returned to the field.
  • April 2015

    Bill Gross appointed as Southeast District Supervisor; Gabe Barreiro appointed as North Pacific District Supervisor in accordance with NCO’s catalytic leader traits.
  • Spring 2015

    Foursquare’s online education platform, Canvas, launches.
  • February 2015

    Online Administrative Toolkit launches on It includes helpful resources, forms, templates, budgeting help and more.
  • February 2015

    District supervisor traits determined. All current district supervisors interviewed in an effort to align all districts to a catalytic culture in alignment with Stake 2.


  • November 2014

    Peter Bonanno appointed supervisor of the consolidated Northeast and Mid-Atlantic districts. The new district is named the Northeast Atlantic District.
  • October 2014

    Juan M. Vallejo named district supervisor for the new Southwest region Hispanic district, named Distrito Hispano del Suroeste (Southwestern Hispanic District).
  • September 2014

    The Greater Los Angeles District consolidated with the Pacific Coast and Valleys District and Southwest District, to form the new Distrito Hispano del Surest, Southern California District (or SoCal District) and the Southwest District. 
  • June 2014

    This year’s annual board of director meetings walked away with decisions based on the outcomes from Foursquare Connection 2014, and from the Tacoma group regarding districts.
  • June 2014

    The district supervisors, Hispanic Task Force, executives, and representatives of the board and Presidential Task Force met in Tacoma, Wash., to talk about the future of districts, including the proposed Hispanic District.
  • May 2014

    Recommendations were made to the Foursquare convention body in Dallas.
  • March 2014

    Cabinet reviewed findings from the Presidential Task Force research and Town Hall meetings.
  • January 2014

    January meetings with the Foursquare board, district supervisors and the Presidential Task Force to follow up on the December meetings.


  • December 2013

    The Reimagine Foursquare Identity Task Forces meet in Long Beach, Calif. The group of 90 Foursquare pastors, leaders, supervisors and executives initiate discussions about the future of Foursquare’s structure, resources, polity, identity and priorities.
  • August 2013

    Town Hall meetings begin in each district conducted by President Glenn Burris Jr. and General Supervisor Tammy Dunahoo.
  • June 2013

    Initial broad overview of the Reimagine Foursquare conversation presented to the Foursquare convention body in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
  • March 2013

    Presidential Task Force findings presented to the Foursquare cabinet. Board approved additional research and approved Town Hall meetings to be held in the fall.


  • Fall 2012

    The Presidential Task Force met to present its first findings.


  • Summer 2011

    The board commissioned research from the Presidential Task Force.


  • Spring 2010

    The board of directors formed the Presidential Task Force. The Group met in Seattle with a consultant to dream about the future.


  • October 2009

    A group of pastors met with the Foursquare board of directors and district supervisors in Christiansburg, Va., to continue the dialogue.
  • August 2009

    Pastors came together in Portland, Ore., and met with then Interim President Glenn Burris Jr. to share concerns and ideas about The U.S. Foursquare Church.
  • February 2009

    Pastor Jack Hayford and then General Supervisor Glenn Burris Jr. announced that the districts will consolidate to 14 new districts.