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Opportunities and needs for ministry
he first step in effective ministry planning is to know what all the ministries are within your church. Sometimes churches have so much going on that the pastor himself doesn't have a complete list. The second step is knowing how each of these is functioning, why people participate, as well as why they don't. You can learn this by sitting in on each of them, or even by sending someone else to sit in on each and then give you a report. Or you can make use of a comprehensive ministry planning survey.

Why people come to your church
Surely your preaching fills the sanctuary or worship center on Sunday. Well, it is true that the worship service is a key factor in why families attend your church. But there are other factors as well. A comprehensive Ministry Management Survey will show you how important the various reasons for attending are.

How will our growth change our church's personality?
When your church is growing by 15 or 20% a year, within 3 years half of your congregation will be new. It may take you a while to determine what this new crowd is like, and how they will change the culture of your church. Either a comprehensive survey or a demographic comparison survey will give you an accurate picture of how those who are new to your church (2 years or less) are like or unlike your established congregation. This is important information for planning!

What is our congregation's commitment level?
As a leader you can see the need coming quickly. Unfortunately the congregation doesn't. So what happens when you try to motivate the congregation to get involved and their commitment level is too low? It is critical at this point to have an accurate understanding of how committed the congregation Is to your project. A Capital Campaign Readiness Assessment will give you that piece of the information puzzle along with the other pieces you will need to help ensure a successful campaign.

Do our ministries make a difference?
Ministry ideas often sound good at the beginning, but do they really meet the needs they intend to meet? Do they help your church accomplish its mission and/or vision? A comprehensive ministry planning survey will give you the insights necessary to properly evaluate each ministry within your church.

 
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