What do your members need?
What are their spiritual needs?
What are their social needs?
What physical or emotional needs do they have?
Do you have resources within your body to
meet these needs? Are there people in other churches who can help?
Pastors can usually identify people’s spiritual needs. But it’s harder to tell what people need for emotional and
social well-being and even what physical needs they may have—people usually don’t come out and ask for these things. And a church, though the
best place to have these needs met, is often the last place they look. Anonymous surveys are one tool to use to find what pains and unfilled
desires hide within the people of your church. The Church should be the best place for people to have their unmet social and emotional needs
met, but in the last 50 years we have followed society into patterns that build isolation and erode a sense of community.
We help you identify the key needs of your members and attenders. We also help you plan new programs or ways of
“doing church” to help build community and meet the needs of your people.