Transition Team Update 3-20-19 (distributed in Sunday School folders on 3/24/19).
CONGREGATIONAL ASSESSMENT TOOL – The CAT
What is it?
The Congregational Assessment Tool is an online survey used to anonymously collect information from a congregation. The CAT has been used in over 3,000 churches and will provide key indicators of our congregational health along with areas of challenge and potential growth. It will allow us to collect and understand the range of views that exist at Calvary Baptist Church and the possibilities, willingness, capacity, and energy for moving our ministry into the future.
Why is Calvary doing the CAT?
The information gathered will provide a clear picture of who we are as a church and what directions are most important for our future. It provides a way for the Transition Team and the Pulpit Committee to receive information directly and efficiently from the Calvary congregation. This honest assessment of Calvary will be vitally important in the selection of our next Senior Pastor.
Who is involved?
All Calvary members and attendees who are able to take the CAT in a single 30-minute sitting at a computer.
When is it happening?
The CAT assessment window will open beginning April 1, 2019 and will remain open until April 30, 2019.
How do we participate?
If your email address is on file with Calvary and your receive Calvary Connections, you are all set. If not, provide an email address to us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Paper copies will be available to those who do not have email access, just call the Church office. If needed, a computer station will be made available to those members who want to come to the church to fill out their CAT survey. Hours and Room will be announced later.