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Title: 2015 Annual Church Report Leadership Profile Other Church Information Paper Form Training


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2015Annual Church ReportLeadership
ProfileOther Church InformationPaper Form
Training
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for your support of Cooperative Program Missions
and Mission Georgia!
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Free
New
Understanding your Mission Field How to Reach
Them
Internet Accessible to GBC Churches Missions
http//www.gbcresearch.com/docs/MissionInsiteLogin
.htm
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Forms, Helps, Videos ACR Info
http//www.gbcresearch.com/ or http//gabaptist.or
g/researchservices/
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Why Complete Your ACR?
Completing the Annual Church Report can help your
church
  • Record an historical testimony to the work that
    God is doing in and through your congregation
  • Provide trends and illustrate change in areas
    like membership, baptisms, small groups and giving
  • Aid a pastor search committee to review church
    information for prospective candidates from any
    congregation in the Southern Baptist Convention
  • Plan for classroom growth and meeting space
    analysis
  • Provide financial information over long periods
    of time which can help secure a building loan
  • Determine the number of messengers to the GBC and
    SBC annual meetings based on membership and
    missions giving.

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Why Complete Your ACR?
Completing the Annual Church Report can help your
association, state convention and Southern
Baptist Convention
  • Plan for new church starts and missions
  • Develop strategies to strengthen churches
  • Prioritize areas in the state/nation for
    strategic evangelism efforts
  • Identify church staff and lay leadership for
    possible training, leadership opportunities and
    conferences.

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2015 Annual Church ReportLeadership
ProfileOther Church InformationPaper Form
Training
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Paper Form
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Login for iGO Church Information
0123
Milledgeville
Sample Baptist Church
UGA0074054
1234567
123456
Washington
E366DF
Jane Churchclerk
jane_at_samplebaptistchurch.com
Fields in red above are preprinted for your
convenience. Please enter ACR contact name and
email address or phone number.
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Membership Worship Attendance
1 5 0
1 1 7
8 9
Total members Everyone on the church membership
roll active, inactive, resident and
non-resident.
Resident members Active and inactive members who
live close enough to come to church.
Average weekly worship attendance On a typical
Sunday, how many people attend your primary
worship service(s)? (Including childrens church
and nursery.)
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Baptisms Other Additions
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1 1
Total baptisms The number of people who were
baptized in the last 12 months (associational
year Sept 1, 2014 to Aug 31, 2015)
Other additions The number of people who joined
your church in the last 12 months by letter or
statement (other than by baptism)
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Music Participation
3 1
2
1
2
Music Participation The total number of people
in your church who are actively involved in
choirs (all ages), ensembles, musicians.
Primary worship services Most churches have one
primary Sunday morning worship service, but some
do more. This does not include Sunday evening
unless it is the same message as Sunday morning.
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Music Participation
3 1
2
1
2
Worship style for each service Please indicate
by 1, 2 or 3 the style of music that best
describes your worship experience 1
Traditional, hymns 2 Blended,
multi-generational 3 Contemporary (current
music heard on contemporary radio stations)
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Budget Receipts Offerings
WHOLE DOLLAR AMOUNTS ONLY No commas or
periods Total Undes Des/Oth
1 5 0 0 0 0
2 5 0 0 0
1 7 5 0 0 0
Undesignated receipts total amount of all gifts
which the congregation decides how the money will
be spent (by its budget or other means). This
includes regular budget offerings and loose
monies from the offering.
Designated other receipts Designated offerings
are intended for a specific purpose such as a
building fund, new van, Lottie Moon, Mission
Georgia, VBS, etc.) Other receipts include monies
from rentals, interest, etc.
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Mens Womens Ministry
2 5
1 7
3 3
Mens Ministry includes men and boys involved in
RAs, Challengers, Baptist Men, Mens retreats and
conferences, Mens Prayer Breakfasts, Bible
study groups, outdoor ministries, etc. (count
each person only once)
WMU include adults and children involved in
Mission Friends, GAs, CAs, Acteens, Youth on
Mission, and other WMU programs and ministries
(count each person only once)
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Mens Womens Ministry
2 5
1 7
3 3
Womens Ministry includes women and girls
involved in ministries, mission activities, Bible
studies and programs specifically for women
other than WMU (count each person only once)
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Mens Womens Ministry
Check all that apply if you have men, women,
boys or girls involved in any of these ministries
or programs then please mark the circle to the
left.
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Sunday School
Traditional Sunday School Ongoing Sunday
Mornings On Church Campus All ages
9 1
6 7
8
Sunday School Enrollment total number of people
(all ages) involved in or enrolled in Sunday
morning Sunday School.
Average Sunday School Attendance average number
of people who attended or were regularly involved
in a Sunday School class or group each week.
Include all ages, but not counting anyone twice.
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Sunday School
Traditional Sunday School Ongoing Sunday
Mornings On Church Campus All Ages
9 1
6 7
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of Sunday School classes or groups this is NOT
the number of class rooms used for Sunday School,
but rather the number of groups meeting in
classroom space for Sunday School (all age groups
from nursery to seasoned adults)
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Small Groups
Note people may be involved in both Sunday
morning Sunday School and other ongoing Bible
study small groups. Count in both places if
applicable.
2 1
1 7
2
Small Group Enrollment total number of people
involved or enrolled in ONGOING Bible study small
groups other than Sunday AM Sunday School
Average Small Group Attendance average number of
people who attended an ONGOING Bible study small
group each week during the reporting year.
Include all ages, but not counting anyone twice
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Small Groups
Note people may be involved in both Sunday
morning Sunday School and other ongoing Bible
study small groups. Count in both places if
applicable.
2 1
1 7
2
of Small Groups (not people) the total number
of unique, ongoing Bible study small groups
meeting during the last 12 months. Includes
groups meeting in a home, apartment, restaurant,
office, nursing home, prison, etc. This even
includes groups meeting at church other than
Sunday morning for ongoing Bible study (e.g.,
weekly Tues AM Ladies Bible Study)
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Discipleship Groups
Note the difference between this and the
previous small group category is that these
classes or groups are short-term for a specific
period of time.
8 3
7
of people involved in discipleship classes or
groups total number of people (all ages)
involved in short-term discipleship activities or
groups such as spiritual-growth classes, TeamKid,
AWANA, Bible Drill, support groups, new member
classes, Beth Moore studies, Experiencing God,
etc.
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Discipleship Groups
Note the difference between this and the
previous small group category is that these
classes or groups are short-term for a specific
period of time.
8 3
7
of discipleship classes or groups the number
of unique classes or groups that met for
short-term discipleship purposes over the last 12
months
When do your discipleship groups meet? Choose all
that apply by filling in the applicable circle.
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Vacation Bible School
1 2 3
1 1 1
8
VBS Enrollment total number of workers and
children enrolled in Vacation Bible School in 2015
VBS average daily attendance the average number
of workers and children involved each day in your
2015 Vacation Bible School
Salvation decisions the number of children (or
adults) that made a salvation decision during
your 2015 Vacation Bible School
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Church Mission Field Location
  • What ONE geographic area best describes where
    your church building is located?
  • Country / Rural
  • Small Town
  • Suburbs
  • Urban / Large City

Note do not be concerned about U.S. Census
measures for urban vs rural. Use your best
discernment as you consider your mission field
area.
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SBC Mission Gifts Received in Last 12 Months
NOTE Georgia only counts monies contributed to
Southern Baptist agencies and SBC missions
causes. Do not include monies given to non-SBC
groups, organizations, individuals or monies
raised for local mission trips and projects.
1 2 3 0
1 5 0 0
2 0 0 0
1 5 5 0
1 3 5 0 0
8 5 0
2 0 6 3 0
Total SBC Great Commission Gifts add all gifts
itemized in a - f.
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Missions Participation
NOTE please distinguish between ongoing ministry
activities versus short-term mission projects.
This area is specifically for local to
international mission activities.
3 0
1 5
7
2
5 4
Missions Participation total number of persons
in your congregation who participated in mission
projects such as World Changers, Disaster Relief,
Baptist Builders, Acteen Activators, Volunteer
Connection, construction, church planting,
evangelism, Bible clubs, surveys, etc. Persons
may be counted for each missions project they
worked on.
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Church Planting Mission Georgia Speaker
Please indicate if youd like to be contacted
about church planting or having a Mission Georgia
speaker. If so, please provide name and contact
information.
Rev. John Smith
revjohnny_at_gmail.com
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Definitions
Definitions are provided on the back of the ACR
form. If you need further assistance please
contact Research Services at 770.936.5238
or research_at_gabaptist.org
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Once Youve Completed Your ACR
  • Review all entries for accuracy. Comparing this
    years report with the previous year might be
    helpful in assessing anomalies.
  • Double-check the totals of itemized categories.
  • Make a copy of this form for your records.
  • Do not staple this form together with any others.
  • Return the original ACR form to your Association
    or the Georgia Baptist Convention depending on
    the return envelope you received.

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2015 Annual Church ReportLeadership
ProfileOther Church InformationPaper Form
Training
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2015 Annual Church ReportLeadership
ProfileOther Church InformationPaper Form
Training
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  • Complete the Other Church Information Form as
    requested by your Association. Some associations
    will have customized versions. You will be
    provided with the appropriate form in paper and
    using iGO online.
  • Representatives on Assoc Exec Board
  • Messengers to Association
  • Missions operated by Church
  • Change in Pastor
  • Ministers licensed during the year
  • Ministers ordained during the year
  • Historical events
  • Members deceased during the year
  • Other? (depending on your association)

Return to Your Association or GBC as instructed
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