Lenny & Caly Konschewitz have been involved in church planting work in Europe for many years with Every Nation Ministries. As singles, they helped launch churches and non-profits in Nuremberg, Germany and Madrid, Spain; as a couple, they’ve helped launch a church in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Lenny is originally from Germany and Caly's roots are in Florida. They have one son, Elias, who was born in 2016.
Earlier this year, as their commitment in Belfast was coming to an end, Lenny and Caly began sensing a call from God to move to Florida to lead a church plant with Grace Anglican. Grace has been an integral partner and supporter on the mission field in Europe for many years.
Check out their video testimony to hear the background story here.
Their call is to move to Florida for five years to partner with Grace Anglican and the Gulf Atlantic Diocese in developing a new church in St. Johns County, one of the fastest growing counties in the USA.
Certainly, this is a polarizing time in American history - it’s more important than ever that Jesus’ church is missional and winsome in engaging people that don’t yet know Him.
For this reason, our mission is to plant a multiplying church that emphasizes developing healthy relationships with non-believers, fellow Christians and the triune God in order to create a place of racial, gender, socio-economic, and cultural reconciliation that impacts Florida and the nations.
A special mission focus will be on Europe. Many centuries ago, Europeans arrived at the shores of St. Johns County and founded the oldest city in the United States, St. Augustine. Now it's time to mobilize people and resources to bring the Gospel back to Europe.
As full time missionaries, Lenny and Caly are funded by financial partners. If you would like to partner with them, then please click the donate button above.
Or, donations may be mailed to:
Grace Anglican Church
5804 Highway 17 S
Fleming Island, FL 32003
(Checks made to Grace Anglican Church, noting St. Johns Church Plant or Lenny and Caly in the memo line)