Presentation on theme: "Tools for Training Mapping & Statistics. Overview Deanery Information Folders –to resource initial planning Additional Support –to resource advanced planning."— Presentation transcript:
Contents Data Sheets –parish data –church data Deanery Maps Other Information 1 folder per parish Additional copies for –Area Dean –Lay Chair –Archdeacon –Area Bishop
Parish & Church Data Data selected according to indicators used within current diocesan initiatives – priority parish process –sustainability and viability criteria Figures calculated to parish boundaries at 1 November 2005
Parish Data Parish IMD Score 2001 Census Statistics –population –age structure –religion Christian Other Religion No Religion
Church Data Electoral Roll –2005 All Age Average Weekly Attendance –2001 & 2004 All Age Average Sunday Attendance –2001 & 2004 Percentage of Parish Share Paid –2002 - 2004
Deanery Maps Produced for parish boundaries at 1 November 2005 Designed (as far as possible) to be photocopy friendly Six maps produced for each Deanery –1 topographic map (A3 colour) –5 outline maps (A4 black and white)
Outline Deanery Maps with neighbouring deanery boundaries with neighbouring parish boundaries –name and population with current and potential team ministries with other Christian denominations with local authority district boundaries
Stretford Deanery with Other Christian Churches
Alternative Formats Excel or CSV spreadsheets for data manipulation JPEG maps for PowerPoint display Additional copies and/or maps and data for other deaneries will be supplied in electronic format.
Other Information Provisional Timeline for Process Guides to the Pastoral Measure 1983 –Summary –Glossary of Terms Clergy Allocation Summary –forthcoming
Customised Maps & Data Regrouping Parishes –maps and population changes created on submission of specification Redrawing Parish Boundaries –maps and population changes created by individual consultation
Recommendation In the interests of effective working and efficient use of resources, requests for information and consultations should be made via a person nominated by the Deanery Pastoral Committee.