Call Committee Survey
Please complete to provide the Call Committee of Trinity Lutheran Church information on the Church's characteristics and needs as we begin the call process for a new pastor/deacon.
As A Community
We tend to be formal and programmatic.
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We tend to be informal and spontaneous
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We have clearly defined goals and plans for our future
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We have no stated goals or plans.
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We are racially and economically diverse
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We are demographically homogenous
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Our Leadership Style
We welcome ideas that are provoking and challenging.
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We prefer ideas that are tried and true.
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We rely on our leaders for direction.
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We rely on group decision-making.
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We have learned how to use conflict constructively.
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We tend to perceive conflict as something destructive.
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Our Programming
Our facilities are often used by community groups.
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Our facilities are only used for our activities.
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We train people to minister outside our walls.
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We focus on ideas and beliefs.
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We focus on skills and actions.
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Our Theological Perspective
We are obviously Lutheran in identity and practice.
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We are less obvious about our Lutheran heritage.
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We participate in synod and ELCA activities.
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We are not very active in the synod and ELCA
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We focus on Biblical studies and doctrine.
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We focus on contemporary issues and topics.
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Top 5 Ministry Tasks
Please select the five most critical tasks required in this position.
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Administration
Chaplaincy
Communications/Media
Counseling/Social Work
Evangelism/Mission
Innovation/Creativity
Inter-personal Climate
Ministry with Seniors
Outdoor/Camping Ministry
Pastoral Care and Visitation
Recruit and Equip leaders
Social Ministry
Building a sense of community
Children’s ministry
Community Organizing
Early Childhood Administration
Financial Management
Interim Ministry
Ministry in Crisis
Multicultural Ministry
Parish Nurse/ Health
Preaching/Worship
Self Care/Family Life
Spiritual Formation/Direction
Campus/Young Adult Ministry
Christian Education
Conflict Management
Ecumenical Work
Global Service
Interpret Theology
Ministry in Daily Life
Music/Worship/Arts
Participant in the larger Church
Public Policy/ Advocacy
Small Group Ministry
Stewardship
Strategic Mission Planning
Youth and Family Ministry
Teaching
Volunteer Coordination
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Gifts for Ministry
The five gifts essential in this position and the five that are very helpful in this position. Please select 5 in each column.
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Help people develop their spiritual life.
Help people understand and act upon issues of social justice
Provide care and nuture.
Be active in visitation of members and non-members.
Be effective in working with children.
Build a sense of community among the people with whom he/she/they works.
Help others develop their leadership abilities and skills for ministry.
Be an effective administrator.
Be an effective communicator.
Be an effective teacher.
Encourage support of the Church's wider mission.
Work regularly in the development of stewardship growth.
Be active in ecumenical relationships.
Be effective in working with youth.
Organize people for community action.
Be skilled in planning and leading programs.
Have a strong commitment and loyalty to the Lutheran Church.
Understand and interpret the mission of the Church from a global perspective.
Deal effectively with conflict.
Bring joy and good humor to relationships.
Be able to share leadership and work in a team.
Be creative and innovative about his/her/their tasks.
Be able to use technology and media.
Appreciate cultural diversity in language and customs.
Have talents in the areas of music, arts and writing.
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