Your church meets the expecation

Your church scored 66%
66%

Needs improvement

Meets expectations

Exceeds expectations

Here's how you scored on your 4 Ps:

  • Place
    67%
  • People
    61%
  • Processes
    66%
  • Program
    68%
# Name Place People Processes Program Avg (%)
1 HERB RHEDRICK 65 75 70 55 66
2 Lesli Corbin 45 45 60 55 51
3 Shawana Gatlin 75 55 60 60 63
4 Bobby Favors 75 55 60 55 61
5 Gwen Magee 75 45 50 75 61
6 Fred Womble 65 50 55 65 59
7 Jessica Steepleton 80 35 35 75 56
8 Shonda Orr 70 65 95 80 78
9 Alan Marrs 60 70 85 80 74
10 Aronda Elder 70 65 75 75 71
11 Richard Arline 60 75 60 60 64
12 Martin Boger, Jr. 65 100 90 85 85
Church Average 67 61 66 68 66%

Detailed Report:

Celebrate what you’re doing well
  1. 1. Our children’s rooms are safe, clean, and organized, so parents aren’t forced to bring their kids to the service.
  2. 2. We intentionally station volunteers where guests will potentially make decisions.
  3. 3. The noise level in our building feels exciting but not overpowering.


Focus on what needs immediate attention
  1. 1. Our volunteers save their conversations with friends for after service and are actively on the lookout to welcome new guests.
  2. 2. Our parking lots, lobbies, and worship center are at or less than 80% full.
  3. 3. Volunteers are always well-informed and never tell me, “I didn’t know.”
  • Review current areas of great alignment
  • Analyze potential areas for better alignment
    • It’s easy for guests to locate the parking lots, entrances, restrooms, kids’ areas, and where to sit during service.
    • We intentionally station volunteers where guests will potentially make decisions.
    • Our cleanliness, paint, fixtures, supplies, and scents remind guests of a five-star hotel.
    • The noise level in our building feels exciting but not overpowering.
    • Our parking lots, lobbies, and worship center are at or less than 80% full.
  • Celebrate current areas of great alignment
  • Analyze potential areas for better alignment
    • Our volunteers are well-trained and regularly show up on time.
    • Our volunteers have caught the vision cast by leadership and are always enthusiastic to serve.
    • Our volunteers have a healthy attitude of serving and are prepared to go beyond just their scheduled time.
    • Our volunteers save their conversations with friends for after service and are actively on the lookout to welcome new guests.
    • Our volunteers invite their friends to join their team.
  • Celebrate current areas of great alignment
  • Analyze potential areas for better alignment
    • Volunteers are always well-informed and never tell me, “I didn’t know.”
    • People interested in volunteering are clear about their next steps and follow through on joining a team.
    • Our volunteers are empowered to make spontaneous decisions without checking in with their team leader.
    • Our children’s rooms are safe, clean, and organized, so parents aren’t forced to bring their kids to the service.
    • Our volunteers and staff are easy to identify and are able to provide answers when guests have questions.
  • Celebrate current areas of great alignment
  • Analyze potential areas for better alignment
    • People walk out of church feeling better than when they came in.
    • We are intentional about serving high-quality coffee and snacks so that our guests feel valued.
    • We understand our guests and their preferences – where they like to eat and what experiences they are used to.
    • We know the right volunteers are in the right places because guests frequently ask them for prayer.
    • We offer clear next steps to our guests to make it easier for them to connect with our church.

Team Average Urgency Score

Participant Votes
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  • Not urgent
  • Hardly urgent
  • Unsure
  • Slightly urgent
  • Absolutely urgent
Hurdles
  • enough people to setup rotating schedules.
  • Lack of volunteers and clear communication.
  • Not sure
  • Committed workers and volunteers that understand the mission
  • COVID and our volunteers catching the vision of our radical hospitality.
  • The biggest hurdle that stands in the way of my church solving this problem is having a sufficient amount of willing volunteers, to assist in fostering church congregation growth.
  • Nothing
  • Having enough trained volunteers
  • Don’t!
  • be more christ like
Enablers
  • Because it is how we achieve our mission and vision.
  • To attract the los and hurting so that they may find help and hope in Jesus Christ.
  • To keep them coming back and so that the invite others.
  • Because we want or desire to represent the kingdom in a excellent way in all that we do.
  • COVID has caused a lot of changes is how we except guest into in-person worship.
  • If we’re not welcoming to new sheep and aren’t intentional about them having a good experience with us, God won’t continue sending them our way.
  • My church should consider solving this problem, as it is essential in fostering future congregation growth.
  • It attracts multiple generations to accept Christ and serve.
  • To bring more people to Christ
  • Better worship and connection with the word.
  • stay focus and trust god
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