Bslc Stategic Proposal February 09
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Bslc Stategic Proposal February 09



Vision to Action Strategic Plan

Vision to Action Strategic Plan



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  • 1. Beautiful Savior Vision to Action Strategic Plan
  • 2. Beautiful Savior’s Greatest Needs
    • Parking
    • Sunday School and Adult Education space
    • Lay Leadership training (Developing CORE members)
    • Large Group Fellowship space
    • 80% capacity of our worship center
    • Only six churches in LaVista
    • Congregational debt reduction
    • Staff restructuring
  • 3. Strategic Objectives
    • Explore options to more effectively utilize the resources God has entrusted to BSLC.
    • Continue to grow the congregation while remaining cognizant of our financial position.
    • Study the impact of adapting & consolidating BSLC original phase II & III building plans.
    • Restructuring of staff and organizational chart; laying the pathway that will allow the current staff to build on their strengths as well as adjust for future growth of the congregation.
  • 4. Child Care Proposal
    • Child care at BSLC will allow us to provide quality “Christian” day care in the LaVista community
    • This maximizes the current use of our facility while investing minimal resources.
    • Child Care provides another outreach opportunity to the LaVista community.
    • Provides potential revenue for BSLC ministries.
    • Scotte Hansen has been working diligently for several months to prepare a synopsis for this potential child care ministry.
  • 5. Facility Modifications
    • Need for additional parking; adult education & Sunday School space; large fellowship area with kitchen facility.
    • How would revising our current phase II & III building plans enable our congregation to effectively grow, serve and reach the community?
  • 6. Why Multi-Site Ministry?
    • The idea of one church in multiple locations is a successful model for many churches because you share a common vision, budget, leadership and structure.
    • 2,000 U.S. churches are multi-site or planning to go multi-site.
    Multi-site ministry requires each of these questions to be successfully answered.… What is God calling us to be and to accomplish in Omaha and Sarpy County? Is BSLC growing at least 5% per year? Is BSLC 80% full at optimal inviting hours? Is the Omaha community 50% or more unchurched? Does BSLC wish to release more people into high impact meaningful ministry? Does BSLC wish to see healthy congregations reproducing and impacting the Omaha area? Does BSLC want to be more accessible to disconnected people in Omaha & Sarpy County? Does BSLC want to get more “bang for its buck”?!!!
  • 7. Ministry Growth Proposal
    • We are asking the MLC to approve the child care ministry proposal for congregational vote. Upon congregational approval, our goal is to implement this ministry in June 2009.
    • Restructuring of staff – MLC requests that the Personnel Committee assist Pastor Keith in analyzing and restructuring our current staff. Final recommendations need to be in place prior to August 2009 as we begin the budgeting process for Fiscal Year 2010.
    • Seek approval from the MLC and the congregation to begin forming a revised plan for future parking and facility expansion.
    • Explore the option of becoming a multi-site congregation. Develop a team of BSLC key members to champion this mission and ministry opportunity. Report the findings to MLC prior to August 2009 for budget purposes.
  • 8. Staff Evaluation & Restructure
    • Evaluate the strengths and limitations of our current staff.
    • Evaluate the supervision of our current staff.
    • Evaluate the need for additional or fewer staff positions.
    • Evaluate how the current growth pattern of the congregation will effect current job descriptions and necessitate future staff changes.