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  • Presbyterian Panel Survey August 2005: Hymnals - Summary

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    August 2005

    The Presbyterian Panel consists of three nationally representative samples of groups affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.): members, elders (lay leaders), and ordained ministers. For most analyses, ministers are split into two groups based on current call: pastors, serving congregations, and specialized clergy, serving elsewhere. New samples are drawn every three years. These pages summarize major findings from the thirteenth survey completed by the 2003-2005 Panel, initially sampled in the fall of 2002.

  • Presbyterian Panel Survey November 2005: The Social Creed - Full Report

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    The Presbyterian Panel consists of three nationally representative samples of groups affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.): members, elders (lay leaders) currently on session, and ordained ministers. (The session is the governing body in Presbyterian congregations.) For analysis, ministers are split into two groups based on current call: pastors, serving in congregations, and specialized clergy, serving elsewhere. New samples are drawn every three years. Panel surveys are conducted quarterly, primarily by mail, but with an online completion option.

    For more information on methods used to draw the samples, see the technical appendix in the Background Report for the ...

  • Presbyterian Panel Survey November 2005: The Social Creed - Summary

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    The Presbyterian Panel consists of three nationally representative samples of groups affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.): members, elders (lay leaders), and ordained ministers. For most analyses, ministers are split into two groups based on current call: pastors, serving congregations, and specialized clergy, serving elsewhere. New samples are drawn every three years. These pages summarize major findings from the fourteen and final survey completed by the 2003-2005 Panel, initially sampled in the fall of 2002.

  • Presbyterian Panel Survey Fall 2005: Religious and Demographic Profile of Presbyterians - Full Report

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    Religious and demographic profile of the Presbyterian 2005; findings from the initial survey of the 2006-2008 Presbyterian panel.

  • Presbyterian Panel Survey Fall 2005: Religious and Demographic Profile of Presbyterians - Summary

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    The Presbyterian Panel consists of three nationally representative samples of groups affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.): members, elders (lay leaders), and ordained ministers. For most analyses, ministers are split into two groups based on current call: pastors, serving congregations, and specialized clergy, serving elsewhere. New samples are drawn every three years. These pages summarize major findings from the initial survey completed by the 2006-2008 Panel, sampled in the fall of 2005.

  • Presbyterian Panel Survey May 2006: Issues in the PC(USA) - Full Report

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    The Presbyterian Panel consists of three nationally representative samples of groups affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.): members, elders serving on session (lay leaders), and ordained ministers. For most analyses, ministers are split into two groups based on current call: pastors, serving congregations, and specialized clergy, serving elsewhere. New samples are drawn every three years. These pages summarize major findings from the third survey completed by the 2006-2008 Panel, sampled in the fall of 2005.

  • Presbyterian Panel Survey May 2006: Issues in the PC(USA) - Summary

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    The Presbyterian Panel consists of three nationally representative samples of groups affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.): members, elders serving on session (lay leaders), and ordained ministers. For most analyses, ministers are split into two groups based on current call: pastors, serving congregations, and specialized clergy, serving elsewhere. New samples are drawn every three years. These pages summarize major findings from the third survey completed by the 2006-2008 Panel, sampled in the fall of 2005.

  • Presbyterian Panel Survey May 2006: Issues in the PC(USA) - Statement on Release of Results

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    The purpose of this survey is to provide General Assembly commissioners and other interested persons with a current snapshot of Presbyterian opinion on some of the issues and recommendations that are discussed in the report of the Theological Task Force on Peace, Unity, and Purity of the Church. The survery was developed independently by the staff of the Presbyeterian Panel to, as the cover letter that went out to Panel respondents indicated, facilitate "informed debate" at the assembly, "not to influence discussion in any particular direction[.]"

  • Presbyterian Panel Survey: Mental Illness - Full Report

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    Covers knowledge of mental illness, its causes, and prevalence; mental illness-related activities in the congregation; own, family experience with mental illness; opinions on mental illness as it relates to the church; ministers as mental-health counselors and presence of mental-health professionals in the community.

    These pages summarize major findings from the second survey completed by the 2006-2008 Panel. The first half uses text and graphics to highlight important and useful findings. An appendix follows with comparative tables that display the percentage distribution of responses to every question for each of the four Panel groups.

  • Presbyterian Panel Survey February 2006: Mental Illness - Summary

    From Presbyterian Mission AgencyResearch Services

    Covers knowledge of mental illness, its causes, and prevalence; mental illness-related activities in the congregation; own, family experience with mental illness; opinions on mental illness as it relates to the church; ministers as mental-health counselors and presence of mental-health professionals in the community.

    The Presbyterian Panel consists of three nationally representative samples of groups affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.): members, elders serving on session (lay leaders), and ordained ministers. For most analyses, ministers are split into two groups based on current call: pastors, serving congregations, and specialized clergy, serving elsewhere. New samples are drawn every three years ...

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