"Grow-Glow-Go" Congregational Survey
Members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church in St. James, MN - Thank you for taking a few minutes to complete this important survey. Congregational leaders will use this information to understand our current pulse and congregational needs.

Colossians 3:23-24 Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters, since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward. It is the Lord Christ you are serving.
1. What is your gender? *
2. What is your age? *
3. How long have you attended St. Paul’s Lutheran Church?
4. How often are you typically able to attend worship at St. Paul’s?
5. What worship service do you primarily attend?
6. Are there alternate times and/or days that you would be interested in attending worship?
Your answer
7a-7d. Please rate how much you agree or disagree with the following statements concerning our worship:
7a. I look forward to attending weekly worship services with my St. Paul’s church family.
7b. I find worship engaging, and it holds my attention and interest.
7c. The music during worship is uplifting and allows me to express my spiritual joy.
8. What style of worship would you most prefer?
9. What suggestions do you have that could enhance our worship?
Your answer
10. What can we do that would encourage you to worship more often?
Your answer
11. How often are you typically able to attend Bible Study at St. Paul’s?
12. What is your current satisfaction with the Bible study program for your spiritual growth?
13. What are Bible Study topics that you would be interested in attending?
Your answer
14a-14d. Do you have suggestions on how we could better serve the children in our congregation...
14a. Babies & Toddlers (0-3)
Your answer
14b. Sunday School Age (3-12)
Your answer
14c. Junior Teens (12-14)
Your answer
14d. Teens (14-18)
Your answer
15a. How well do you feel we are fulfilling our mission statement of "Grow, Go, Glow"?
15b. Do you have suggestions to better “Grow” (in God’s Word)?
Your answer
15c. Do you have suggestions to better “Go” (with the Gospel)?
Your answer
15d. Do you have suggestions to better “Glow” (in God’s Grace)?
Your answer
16. How satisfied are you with church communication (newsletter, bulletin, website, Facebook, etc.)?
17. By what means could we better communicate our ministry and mission to our members or the community?
Your answer
18. (Agree/Disagree) St. Paul’s is sufficiently staffed to both nurture members and reach out with the Gospel.
19. How satisfied are you with the opportunities you have to actively serve in the congregation?
20. Are there community service or ministry opportunities you would like to see the congregation explore?
Your answer
21. Rate (as you understand our church’s needs) the pastor’s ministry responsibilities (5s being the most important areas he should give his attention and 1s being the least important):
Visiting Members
Planning for Worship
Writing Sermons
Visiting the Sick & Hospitalized
Providing Counseling for Members
Outreach - Visiting With Those New To Town
Visiting Shut-Ins
Teaching Catechism
Preparing for Bible Class
Visiting Inactive Members
Being a Face/Presence Within the Community
22. How can our congregation improve its efforts to care for and help those in need (i.e. shut-ins, hospitalized, elderly, poor, etc.)?
Your answer
23. How satisfied are you with our church’s fellowship opportunities (times to connect with one another)?
24. Do you have suggestions (or a new idea) that could improve fellowship opportunities?
Your answer
Please add additional comments, concerns or ideas you wish to share.
Your answer
Name (Optional)
Your answer
God bless you for taking the time to fill out this survey and continue to help our congregation “Grow. Go. Glow.” Please understand that your input and ideas are always welcome. You can always share thoughts at the congregational open forums, with church leaders, or communicate with the Worship Enhancement Committee.
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