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Territorial Statistics: Where do we go from here?

BASELINE DATA
SEPTEMBER 30, 2001 – OCTOBER 1, 2002

1. Make the field a priority
Officers & Auxiliary Captains
752
Corps/Outposts
314
Senior soldiers
18,067
Sunday a.m. attendance
21,243
Open air attendance
346
Seekers – Adult
23,267
Seekers – Youth
9,390
Average corps size
50
Advisory organizations
319

 

2. Promote holistic ministry
ARCs
25
ARPs
7
Soldiers assisting in social service ministry
?
Senior housing
36
Group homes
82
Service to individuals – Men (individual)
381,907
Service to individuals – Women (individual)
241,461
Service to individuals – Families
712,374
League of Mercy – Individuals visited
553,476

 

3. Make ministry to youth a priority
Junior soldiers
8,088
Sunday school attendance
11,669
Corps Cadets
1,051
Children’s worship
2,882
Guards/Sunbeams
3,656
Adventure Corps
2,105
Boy Scouts
552
Corps staff members serving youth
?
Day care centers
38
Cradle roll
2,413

 

4. Cast a global vision
Service corps teams
5
Service corps members
27
Overseas missionaries – Long term (officer)
39
Overseas missionaries – Short term (layperson)
3
Overseas children sponsored
400
Homes/programs supported by overseas child sponsorship dollars
23
Mission service teams
4
Mission service team members
24
Heart Connection projects
23
Dollars raised for Heart Connection projects
$458,902

 

5. Identify train and develop leaders
Believers Session
34
Bridgebuilders Session
32
LEADS
6
Crestmont BA program
119
Youth lay leaders
1,186
Senior lay leaders
2,701
Training meetings
1,100
Youth planning for officership
?

 

6. Direct resources to mission
World Service dollars
6,873,939
World Service dollars (Field contribution)
5,029,536
World Service dollars (THQ contribution)
1,844,403
Percent of net income per soldier given for World Service
?
Percent of net income tithed per soldier (on average)
2.8%
Full time employees
8,706
Volunteers
656,823
Volunteer hours
3,374,552
Value of non-cash donations given to Heart Connection
$300,000

 

 

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