Getting involved

If you'd like to get involved with the Protarian denomination, or if you and your family are interested in joining the Protarian denomination, we can try to help you find your people and place. The first step will be getting you connected with a couple of tribes where you might fit in. These will vary depending upon your location, ethnicity, and other factors. Give us your name and email so we can start the conversation.

Looking to start a tribe?

If you feel led to start a tribe (of any denomination), and would like some direction or help, you can sign-up here as well.

Want a few occasional email updates?

We may occasionally send out a newsletter via email that contains information about the Protarian denomination and the tribes we support (even beyond our denomination). Feel free to sign-up here so that you can keep apprised of things.

Other Questions?

If you have other questions regarding the Protarian denomination, our beliefs, or tribes, you can email us directly at

Interested in Tribes?

While other denominations might send missionaries to Africa or Asia to start churches, Protarians consider helping people find their tribe—or starting a new tribe—to be our primary mission work. If you’re a Christian (of any denomination) and interested in the Biblical model for tribes, you can read “The Tribal Instinct,” available in print here or through Amazon in print, digital, and audiobook versions.

Feel free to get in touch if you’re looking to find a people and place for your family to call home—we may be able to help.

An image of the front of 'The Tribal Instinct' book. It is an off-white color with three large words (THE TRIBAL INSTINCT) in an uppercase serif font, centered and stacked on top of each other. The type is black with the exception of the word, Tribal, which is red and italicized. Underneath is the subtitle in smaller type, 'The Sacred Desire for People and Place.' On top of the title is a small primitive illustration, like a cave painting, of a man throwing a spear followed by a visibly pregnant woman.