여러분의 신앙 공동체가 팬데믹 이후의 관계나 프로그램으로 어떻게 옮겨갈지 숙고하고 검토해보고자 합니까? 이 자료는 창의적인 형식을 사용하여 커뮤니티의 미래를 재구성하는 방법에 대해 브레인스토밍을 하고, 성찰하고, 행동하고 기도하는 기회로 안내합니다.
총회 앞으로 나아갈 길 전권위원회 중간 보고서 (2017년 6월 27일)
Leaders of new worshiping communities were asked questions about their community's worship practices, sustainability, and presbytery relations.
The interview reports are based on individual interviews with NWC leaders and participants. They help track the impact the 1001 initiative is having on lives and communities. This report, part of a 10-year longitudinal research project, tracks the progress of the 1001 New Worshiping Communities initiative.
The Leaders Report is based on an annual survey of 1001 New Worshiping Community leaders. It provides the most in-depth research on the demographics of new worshiping communities. This report, part of a 10-year longitudinal research project, tracks the progress of the 1001 New Worshiping Communities initiative.
New worshiping communities are bringing people to Christ by successfully reaching out to the unchurched (those who have never been religious), to the dechurched (those who used to be religious but have given up on church), and to individuals from other religions: About half of NWC participants were not churchgoers before participating in a NWC. In fact, for 12 percent of participants, the NWC is their first foray into any sort of religious gathering.
The objectives of this panel were to (1) identify how aware today’s Presbyterians are of the 1001 NWC initiative, (2) assess how engaged they are in the initiative, and (3) compare current panelists’ awareness of and involvement in the 1001 NWC initiative to panelists from 2014. (A similar survey was given to Presbyterian Panelists in the spring of 2014.) Specifically, we wanted to know the answers to three main questions:
The Presbytery Survey provides information about how mid councils support, encourage and hold accountable the new worshiping communities within their bounds. This report, part of a 10-year longitudinal research project, tracks the progress of the 1001 New Worshiping Communities initiative.
By John C. Purdy
Men of the Church in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) provides 11 New Testament Bible studies to aid congregations. Each study is inspired by a book of the Bible and includes seven sessions for open discussion.