Regardless of size or context, Sunday School can be a valuable cornerstone of your congregation’s Christian Education program.
Children’s ministry targets children from birth to Confirmation or Junior High as they grow physically, emotionally and spiritually.
The following helpful resources assist in caring for the homeless in need in a way that gives dignity.
The key to understanding your personal stewardship in a Biblical manner is to understand where stewardship belongs within the Christian message: as one aspect of the doctrine of vocation.
“Basic Witnessing” focuses on how to witness in a general sense using an approach to witnessing that can be used in a variety of settings.
Community development is a holistic approach to addressing needs. It allows for an asset-based approach to lift struggling communities out of their difficulties.
Strategic planning provides congregations with a process and tools for developing a realistic and executable Strategic Ministry Plan.
“Outreach” refers to the things we do to share the Gospel with the lost people in our community through the ministries of the congregation.
Inactive members are members who voluntarily stop attending worship. Engaging them is a spiritual concern because being away from Word and Sacrament is a great risk.
Revitalization addresses the needs of congregations that have plateaued or are in decline. Resources are available at little to no cost through re:Vitality.
CADDS is a survey-based self-assessment tool that relies on input from people within your congregation to evaluate your congregation’s well-being.
The parish nurse provides wholistic care for the person of any age; they are registered nurses who serve in the church setting.
Building partnerships with those God has placed around us better equips us to share the Gospel and carry out the good works He has prepared for us to do.
These resources answers “why” and “how” a church should respond in love with Christ’s mercy during times of disaster.
Witness is the work we do as the church scattered. We have opportunities to speak of Jesus with the people in our everyday lives.
By witnessing to the hope of salvation, we offer the answer to life’s biggest questions. In sharing that hope, we should not deny the need for human care.
Witnessing to people experiencing life events or issues means extending the same love and compassion that Jesus extends to us.
“Unchurched” refers to those who have never been connected to the Christian church. We are called to witness to the unchurched people in our lives.
“Dechurched” refers to those who were once connected to the church but are not any longer. We are called to witness to the dechurched people in our lives.
Witnessing to someone who is a member of a religious organization or movement means gaining understanding of their beliefs and worldviews in order to share the Gospel.