Your church meets the expecation

Your church scored 40%
40%

Needs improvement

Meets expectations

Exceeds expectations

Here's how you scored on your 4 Ps:

  • Place
    69%
  • People
    70%
  • Processes
    63%
  • Program
    58%
# Name Place People Processes Program Avg (%)
1 Rev Adam P Burgess 55 80 60 60 64
2 Shekira C. Thomas 70 70 75 85 75
3 Terrence Curtis 60 40 35 25 40
4 Shelia Curtis 90 70 70 40 68
5 Sonya Hazel 90 85 65 55 74
6 Trista Anderson 80 85 70 70 76
7 Juanita Thornton 60 55 45 65 56
8 Evelyn Hykes 65 55 45 50 54
9 Juanita Thornton 60 55 45 65 56
10 Leon Davis 55 60 50 55 55
11 Adrian Smith 50 75 65 60 63
12 Clinnette Birmingham 45 70 80 60 64
13 Phyl Macon 55 70 75 45 61
14 Tina Smith 60 65 45 40 53
15 Sheri Key 95 70 60 75 75
16 Gregory Brooks 95 65 55 65 70
17 Calandra Fergerson 80 85 90 60 79
18 Glennis Little 75 100 95 75 86
Church Average 69 70 63 58 65%

Detailed Report:

Celebrate what you’re doing well
  1. 1. People walk out of church feeling better than when they came in.
  2. 2. We intentionally station volunteers where guests will potentially make decisions.
  3. 3. We offer clear next steps to our guests to make it easier for them to connect with our church.


Focus on what needs immediate attention
  1. 1. We understand our guests and their preferences – where they like to eat and what experiences they are used to.
  2. 2. We are intentional about serving high-quality coffee and snacks so that our guests feel valued.
  3. 3. We know the right volunteers are in the right places because guests frequently ask them for prayer.
  • 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
    • People walk out of church feeling better than when they came in.
      Absolutely true
  • Analyze potential areas for better alignment
    • 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
  • Leadership MUST launch out with prayer into the uncomfortable. Comfort kills progress
  • Enough people
  • Lack of training
  • Committed volunteers!
  • Getting honest feedback from guests .. I feel we should give guests survey on if they will return and what are areas for improvement … we can improve our foyer area to make it more inviting
  • Fear of Pandemic/ fear. I believe people, members and those that are not members ,uses the fear of pandemic to stay away from church. Members are needed in order to have discipleship. We need to worship in the house of the Lord.
  • Intentionality. Through our Pastor’s vision we are working on growing members to be leaders.
  • Fear of Pandemic/ fear. I believe people, members and those that are not members ,uses the fear of pandemic to stay away from church. Members are needed in order to have discipleship. We need to worship in the house of the Lord.
  • Currently COVID! All staffs or ministries are not currently back to serving full time.
  • Guest recognition
  • Having enough of outreach people that want to do the leg work
  • Need clear signage in the foyer – especially to the RESTROOMS. Not sure we can/should re-open the nursery, upon re-thinking it. Maybe visitors can receive a stick-on VISITOR tag so the congregation can easily identify them and “welcome” them at any point it is appropriate.
  • Volunteers not abreast of the latest requirements or information. Also volunteers using the same approach on all guest. Lastly, volunteers have not spiritually prepared through prayer and reflection prior to serving that day.
  • Having more members volunteer in this area.
  • Not enough volunteers.
  • I don’t have an answer. Its hard to reach people with so many restrictions and barriers in place.
  • Having back up volunteers.
Enablers
  • Increase effectiveness of ministry and growth of congregation equals larger impact in the community. The more hands you have, the more work can be accomplished…
  • Growth
  • Guests are our life line to continued growth
  • So that we may our guest may see Christ in us and feel welcomed.
  • So that we may grow and build more disciples for Jesus Christ
  • Because of the opportunity we have to grow
  • To bring as many people to Christ as we can before the second coming.
  • We desire to make a change in people’s lives, making needed contributions in our community, and making disciples for Christ.
  • To bring as many people to Christ as we can before the second coming.
  • So guests may come back and give us a second look!
  • Present and future Kingdom growth
  • To reach out to others and grow our church
  • Anyone that enters the doors of our church is a potential member and/or becoming Saved. It is our responsibility for each person to feel welcomed and “comfortable.” COVID is not an excuse to get slack — we must work around it, safely. Right now, young children remain with their parents. 3 Sundays, the youth have their own Service, which they love!
  • In order to grow the church, guest must feel that it is the right decision to attend Calvary. Our volunteers are the first impression and last impression of Calvary. The greeting guest receive will affect how open they will be to the service overall
  • Helping our church grow.
  • It will help our church growth, and provide a warm and welcome place to worship.
  • We can share God’s word farther, reach more souls with a larger congregation.
  • so we can basically minister to their needs physically and spiritually.
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