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1 Strategic Planning Process First Presbyterian Church September 29, 2010

2 Strategic Planning Process First Presbyterian Church, 2010 – 2011 Team named by Church Planning and approved by Session Preparation Planning Adoption Team members study church strategy and social factors May 2010Sept 2010Feb 2011May 2011Sept 2011 Report to Congregation Review and affirm from 2005: Mission, core values, vision organization Staff interviews Focus groups Sunday school WAF In homes Survey documents: Online Mailing to congregation Compile results: Priority objectives Planning for survey: Congregation Staff others Report to Session Report to Congregation Priority objectives to be implemented by: Existing committees Special committees Strategic Planning Team: Cathy BagwellVic Bailey Jay BeesonLee Close Emma HarrillSanders Lee Ned Page Mary Helen Wade Camille WolfeVicki Woodward Scott Neely David Renwick The team was presented to Session and approved on May 25, Twelve Keys to an Effective Church Biotic Principles Beyond the Ordinary – Mind, Heart and Courage – 10 strengths of US congregations A Field Guide to US Congregations Good to Great and the Social Sectors Report on the new Strategic Planning Process and results from the 2005 Strategic Plan implementation: Wednesday at First, September 29, 2010 Newsletter Bulletin insert First Presbyterian website The Mission of FPC: To Glorify God and Share Christ together through Word and Deed The Core Values supporting this mission: 1.Worship in the tradition of the Presbyterian Church …; 2.Teaching the Bible and the message of Jesus Christ to all ages; 3.Congregational support and a family of fellowship …; 4.Discipleship within our congregation and beyond by …; 5.Giving of ourselves and our resources through benevolences and mission …; 6.Staff and facilities sufficient to support the mission and vision of FPC. Our Vision: First Presbyterian Church is a place where... people love to come to worship people love to study and proclaim the Word of God people love to spend time together as the Body of Christ people love to give their time in mission and service people love to share their financial resources people love each other and all are welcome To whom do we reach out? the entire FPC congregation the staff of FPC our mission recipients? the Spartanburg community? How do we reach out? Focus groups Sunday school classes Wednesdays at First Written survey (on-line, survey mailing, other?) When do we reach out? Group discussions in the fall of 2010 Written survey in the winter of 2011 Compile results: From focus groups From staff interviews From the congregation wide survey From any other constituencies Create a full report and list of Priority Objectives: Report to Session Report to the Congregation Work with the Church Planning Committee on implementation

3 Strategic Planning Process First Presbyterian Church, 2011 – Implementation Implementation of the elements of the Strategic Plan: overseen by Session through the Church Planning Committee some objectives may fit into existing Ministry Committees of Session or Deacons, for example: Worship Education & Discipleship Fellowship Youth Mission Facilities Congregational care; life events & visitation Membership; growth & assimilation some objectives may need special committees, for example: a possible new outreach objective a possible capital campaign

4 So what can you do? prepare yourself to participate review the material from this report think about what God wants this church to do participate in focus group discussions the church wide survey find a way to be involved in implementation of the priority objectives volunteer to be on one of the implementation committees PRAY for the future of this church and Gods church in the world

5 Our Vision: First Presbyterian Church is a place where... people love to come to worship people love to study and proclaim the Word of God people love to spend time together as the Body of Christ people love to give their time in mission and service people love to share their financial resources people love each other and all are welcome

6 Thank You

7 Report on the new Strategic Planning Process and results from the 2005 Strategic Plan implementation: Wednesday at First, September 29, 2010 Newsletter Bulletin insert First Presbyterian Website

8 The Mission of FPC: To Glorify God and Share Christ together through Word and Deed The Core Values supporting this mission: 1.Worship in the tradition of the Presbyterian Church …; 2.Teaching the Bible and the message of Jesus Christ to all ages; 3.Congregational support and a family of fellowship …; 4.Discipleship within our congregation and beyond by …; 5.Giving of ourselves and our resources through benevolences and mission …; 6.Staff and facilities sufficient to support the mission and vision of FPC. Our Vision: First Presbyterian Church is a place where... people love to come to worship people love to study and proclaim the Word of God people love to spend time together as the Body of Christ people love to give their time in mission and service people love to share their financial resources people love each other and all are welcome

9 Who do we reach out to? the entire FPC congregation the staff of FPC our mission recipients? the Spartanburg community? How do we reach out? Focus groups Sunday school classes Wednesdays at First Written survey (on-line, survey mailing, other?) When do we reach out? Group discussions in the fall of 2010 Written survey in the winter of 2011

10 Compile results: From focus groups From staff interviews From the congregation wide survey From any other constituencies Create a full report and list of Priority Objectives: Report to Session Report to the Congregation Work with the Church Planning Committee on implementation


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