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By Lyle E. Schaller

Are you continue to discomfort over the sight of empty pews? Have your efforts been greater than exhaustive in increasing your congregation? have you ever maximized your brainstorming power for bringing in new participants? when you've got reached what seems to be your restrict, then not be anxious, forty four how one can raise Church Attendance can open the doorways of either your church and brain. With confirmed thoughts for construction a physique for Christ, church leaders can elevate their club after which unfastened themselves to target different very important missions for God. Schaller's feedback will energize leaders and positioned their church buildings at the street of abundance.

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The congregation consists largely of husband-wife couples with six to twelve children so the pews must be sufficiently long enough to accommodate the entire family in one pew. c. The members are young, find it easy to climb stairs to worship on the second floor, and will never grow old. d. All members and visitors will be slender and agile people who will experience no difficulty in climbing past people seated at the end of the pew in order to reach the vacant sections near the center of that pew.

If, for one reason or another, that one point of the relationship between that person and that congregation fafls, the person may stop attending. If the adults are related to that congregation via corporate worship, a Men's Fellowship or the women's organization or an adult Sunday school class, participation in the choir and/or other points, the failure of that relationslip at any one point is less likely to produce an inactive member. " A common response to the competing demands of the choir and the Sunday school is to schedule a fifteen- to thirty-minute fellowship period between the end of Sunday school and the beginning of worship.

8. Can You Seat Too Many People? Unquestionably the most difficult question facing the trustees in thousands of congregations concerns the seating arrangements in the nave. It appears that many houses of worship were constructed under one or more of the following operational assumptions: a. 1 b. The congregation consists largely of husband-wife couples with six to twelve children so the pews must be sufficiently long enough to accommodate the entire family in one pew. c. The members are young, find it easy to climb stairs to worship on the second floor, and will never grow old.

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