Meeting Community Needs Assessment Pack



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A mindset of ministry to others is the sign of an outward-focused church. Congregations that serve the physical and spiritual needs of their communities are seen as good neighbors and develop a positive reputation. But becoming an outward focused church requires a big effort; for some it seems impossible.

Use these questions and checklists to evaluate where your church is and to inspire the next steps for turning your church inside out. Each assessment conveniently fits on one page, so they're easy to print, copy, and hand out.

Table of Contents:

Turning the Church Inside Out
Make the transition to outward-focused ministry.
Charles Roeselis

Is Your Church a Good Neighbor?
Challenge yourself with these ideas for reaching out to the community.
Eric Swanson

The Reputable Church
To have a positive impact in the community, a church must tend to its reputation.
John Beukema

In Touch with the Community
Follow the example of Nehemiah's compassion, faith, and planning.
Rick Rusaw and Eric Swanson

Research Your Community
Census data can be put to work for your church?s outreach program.
Ted Kruse

Responding to Change
Evaluate your church's ability to respond to ethnic, economic, and leadership changes.
Steve Mathewson, Carey Casey, and Dee Duke

Meeting the Needs of Single Parents
Intentionality is the key to effectively assist those raising children by themselves.
Barbara Schiller

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