Congregational Interviews

A Listening & Reflective Exercise for Faith Communities

A limited number of congregational interviews are available with our Heal the Sick program throughout the Fall, Winter, and Spring. The goals of the interviews are to help faith communities assess and evaluate their internal and external ministries, structures and relationships. Wesley Heal the Sick staff and Wesley doctor of ministry students conduct the face to face consultation with a faith community’s leadership. The consultation uses a thirteen question rating tool that can be e-mailed prior to a scheduled face to face interview. The follow up interview at the congregation takes about two hours to complete. After two weeks, a summary report is compiled and sent with recommendations to the faith community.

 

Benefits of the congregational interviews:
Improved communication and coordination of various congregational ministries.
Importance of measuring the good you and your congregation do
Greater awareness of faith community, clergy, and ministry assets & needs
Connecting your congregation to current community and hospital resources to enhance ministries and congregational life.

If you or your congregation are interested in a congregational interview, please contact downtown@wesleyseminary.edu  or or call 202-706-6838.

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