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Potomac Assemblies of God. District Strategic Plan First Steps. WHERE do we go from here? HOW will we get there?. Planning Retreat Team:. Larry Hickey Ken Burtram Frank Potter Stefanie Chappell.

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potomac assemblies of god

Potomac Assembliesof God

District Strategic Plan First Steps

planning retreat team
Planning Retreat Team:

Larry Hickey Ken Burtram Frank Potter Stefanie Chappell

Rob Seagears Kevin Dawson Bobby Basham Brenda Burns

Gary Butler Wayne Rimmer Jimmie Blair

pastor leader review group
Pastor/Leader Review Group:

Scott Leib Wayne Mancari Mark Morrow Patrick Grach Joel Flower Melissa Linn

Manassas A/G Cornerstone, Richmond Crosswalk, Williamsburg Lifehouse, Hagerstown Lifehouse, Winchester Bethel, Hagerstown

Brook Hicks Rob Rhoden Sally Herman Chris McMillan J. Karampatsos Wes Johnson

Central, Cumberland Commonwealth Chapel Chi Alpha Laurel, MD, First Cedarville, Brandywine Alexandria, First

Johnny Green Derrick Amsler Ben Rainey Pete Bullette Carlos Martinez Andy Casper

Bethel, Savage MD Crossroads, Charlestown Severn River Church Chi Alpha, UVA Manassas, Lighthouse South County Ch

These leaders plus the entire District staff & BOARD OF PRESBYTERS reviewed the plan

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Strategic Planning Process . . .

Foundation

Implementation

Design

Where We

Will Focus

Purposes Or

Functions

Mission

Vision Strategy

For Future

Current

Realities

Ministry Field

Demographics

“Home Run”

Goals

Core Values

Champions For

Each Goal

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Our mission is to make healthy disciples by

    • Building healthy ministers
    • Building healthy ministries
core values
Core Values
  • We are a biblically informed, Spirit empowered, prayer supported, and mission focused organization that values:
    • Integrity
    • Authenticity
    • Loving relationships
    • Unity
    • Effectiveness(attention to results)
    • Diversity
    • Creativity
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Questions

We Asked

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1 in 20

Americans live in the Potomac District

2010 population by section

Population Grew by

Over 2.5 Million

Since 1990 to

13.8 Million and

Is projected to be

14.5 Million by 2015

2010 Population by Section

Number of

Churches

capital maryland section 2 617 577 people 28 churches
Capital Maryland Section:2,617,577 People 28 Churches
  • Ethnic Diversity: Extremely high
    • White: Declining
    • Black: Growing
    • Hispanic: Growing
    • Asian/Other: Growing
  • Largest age group: 29-49
capital virginia section 1 995 794 people 34 churches
Capital Virginia Section:1,995,794 People 34 Churches
  • Ethnic Diversity: Extremely high
    • White: Declining
    • Black: Growing
    • Hispanic: Growing
    • Asian/Other: Growing
  • Largest age group: 29-49
district of columbia 449 267 people 6 churches
District of Columbia:449,267 People 6 Churches
  • Ethnic Diversity: Extremely high
    • White: Growing
    • Black: Declining
    • Hispanic: Growing
    • Asian/Other: Growing
  • Largest age group: 29-49
eastern section 1 588 446 people 34 churches
Eastern Section:1,588,446 People 34 Churches
  • Ethnic Diversity: Extremely high
    • White: Declining
    • Black: Growing
    • Hispanic: Growing
    • Asian/Other: Growing
  • Largest age group: 29-49
tidewater metropolitan 1 541 429 people 36 churches tn s
Tidewater Metropolitan:1,541,429 People 36 Churches TN/S
  • Ethnic Diversity: Extremely high
    • White: Declining
    • Black: Growing
    • Hispanic: Growing
    • Asian/Other: Growing
  • Largest age group: 29-49
richmond petersburg metro 1 004 632 people 36 churches s sect
Richmond/Petersburg Metro:1,004,632 People 36 Churches S. Sect.
  • Ethnic Diversity: Extremely high
    • White: Declining
    • Black: Growing
    • Hispanic: Growing
    • Asian/Other: Growing
  • Largest age group: 29-49
slide25

Richmond-Petersburg

Baltimore Metro

66% of our 13.8 million people live in one of these four population centers – over 9 million people

Tidewater Virginia

Washington Metro

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Challenge #1

Leverage our resources and focus intentional church planting and creative ministry strategies on reaching the 9 million people in our four population centers

(66% of our 13.8 million people in the Potomac District)

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We have an extremely diverse harvest field.

In essence, the mission field has come to us.

in a representative group of 25 people in our district
In a representative group of 25 people in our District . . .

2 Asians/other

2 Hispanic

6 African-American

15 Anglo-American

potomac district percept six u s lifestyle segments
Potomac District PerceptSIX U.S. LIFESTYLE SEGMENTS
  • Largest Individual Segments
  • Rural Working Families 7.3%
  • Trad. Affluent Families 7%
  • Estab. Country Families 6.9%
  • Metro Multi-Ethnic Diversity 6.4%
  • Prosperous Diversity 6.2%
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Challenge #2

That our ministers as a group become more diverse in gender and ethnicity to better reach our diverse harvest field.

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We have fewer young people entering A/G ministry and our average ministerial age is growing older.

2003 minister age 2008
2003 Minister Age 2008
  • 2003: Average age

51.75

  • 2008: Average age

53.00

  • 2003: Median age

50.25

  • 2008: Median age

52.00

challenge 3
Challenge #3

Become the organization young leaders want to be part of

Recruit, develop, involve, and give opportunity to many young leaders causing our average ministerial age to grow younger

2008 pdc by church size
2008 PDC by Church Size

22% of our churches are over 200

78% of our churches are under 200

2008 attendance by size
2008 Attendance By Size

78% of our churches have roughly 1/3rd of our attendance

22% of our churches have roughly 2/3rd of our attendance

ratio of attendance to results
Ratio of attendance to results . . .

(How many people in attendance for ONE convert, water baptism or Holy Spirit baptism per year)

5 year growth rate
5-Year Growth Rate

Improvement over

5 Years ago of 7%

(14 churches net)

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Challenge #4

Break the institutional, cultural and spiritual barriers that have limited the effectiveness of many of our churches so that the MAJORITY of our churches become HEALTHY and have significant COMMUNITY IMPACT.

slide45

Our Challenges:

    • Reach the 9 Million people in our four population centers
    • Become more diverse in ethnicity and gender
    • Recruit, develop, involve, and give opportunity to young leaders
    • Help churches become healthy and have significant community impact
build teams and appoint team leaders
Build teams and appoint team leaders

Get the right people on the bus and in the right seats . . .

slide51

Our Challenges:

    • Reach the 9 Million people in our four population centers
    • Become more diverse in ethnicity and gender
    • Recruit, develop, involve, and give opportunity to young leaders
    • Help churches become healthy and have significant community impact