Is your church ready to move forward?
Are the staff, leaders, and members all “on the same page,” with regard to the next steps the church should take?
Is the mission clear and the vision widely shared by members?
What do your members feel are the church’s ministry successes and strengths?
Do they feel confident in the church’s financial strength to go forward?
The Foundation’s Pre-Campaign Readiness Assessment guides you and your church on a path to evaluate just how “ready” you are for a Capital Campaign.
Find out before you launch a major capital campaign, not only “if” you’re ready, but what to do if you’re not. This is important, because your church members may have voted to “go forward,” but that does not mean they will give generously to support it. Successful capital campaigns are those where members share both the church’s vision for the future and a conviction that “Now Is the Time” to go forward. The assessment invites confidential feedback from leaders and members. Personal interviews and surveys collect the information that gives birth to the readiness assessment.
Most churches conducting Pre-Campaign Readiness Assessment see greater church unity surrounding the proposed project and a more successful capital campaign as a result. The assessment could be the most important pre-campaign capital investment your church will make.
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