Mission and Vision Statements (Samples)
The Church Goals, Mission, Vision and Faith Statements (Samples) are available below to download, customize and print for your church. or organization.
Does your church have a process for their vision and goals?
If no, then you might want to download, customize and print the Church Vision and Goals Process and Form below to use as a tool or guide to create one specific for your church.
What are church goals?
These goals are steps your church would take to achieve a strategic objective. Example: To have at least
50% of the congregation actively involved in at least one ministry away from
the church property that is “meeting
people, meeting needs, meeting Christ”. These goals could be anything you want or need.
Keeping in mind, the goals for your church should always be realistic, specific, measurable, attainable and timely. This is why you need forms to help you accomplish your goals.
The sample Church Vision and Goals process and form below includes:
- Clarify Your Vision
- Assess Your Current Reality
- Identify 2-3 Attainable Goals for [Year] that are Aligned with Your Vision
- Plan the Year's Strategies
- Indicate Vitality Trainings in which you are Planning to Participate
- Church Vision and Goals Form where you insert your Vision, Previous two years Vital Signs, Evaluate and Celebrate Previous Year's Goals, Set the Next Year's Goals and Strategies, Receive Vitality Training.
The sample Mission Statements such as the Belief Statement, Mission and Vision Statements and Statement of Faith are available also by clicking the link below.
Why are these statements important to your church? There are many
reasons why your church needs these statements and here are a few:
- To Focus the Efforts of Your Church on Unified Goals and Objectives
- To Open a Church Bank Account (Most banks will request these statements to open a church account)
- To State on Paper Just How Your Church Believes (Statement of Faith)
When you think of Church Mission Statements, there are two very
separate but very similar things that you imagine and these are the
mission statement and vision statement.
What is the difference between the Mission and Vision Statement?
Church Mission Statement is very practical in its scope. In other
words, it focuses on what your church will accomplish and how it will
accomplish it. The Vision Statement is more designed to be abstract. In
other words, it focuses on the personality of the church and how God
sees your local church fitting into the larger framework of the global
Click here for the Sample Mission Statements (Belief, Mission, Vision and Statement of Faith.
Click on the link to download the sample Church Vision and Goals Process and Form (Sample) below:
Church Goals (Goals and Vision Process & Form Sample)
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