Interfaith Mission Administration Yearly Arrangement 2011.


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The Force of We Interfaith Mission Administration Yearly Arrangement 2011 Chapter by chapter list Definitions 3 Inspiration 4 Arranging Process 5 Vital Plan 6 Service Range Arranges and Goals 7-18 Authoritative Chart 19 Congregational Data Study Results 20-21 Staffing Model 22 Yearly Arrangement Overview 23
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The Power of We Interfaith Mission Service Annual Plan 2011

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Table of Contents Definitions 3 Inspiration 4 Planning Process 5 Strategic Plan 6 Ministry Area Plans & Goals 7-18 Organizational Chart 19 Congregational Input Survey Results 20-21 Staffing Model 22 Annual Plan Overview 23

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Frequently Used Terms and Acronyms

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H. Stanley Judd A decent arrangement is similar to a guide: it demonstrates the last destination and for the most part the most ideal approach to arrive. From the Strategic Plan Dwight D. Eisenhower Plans are nothing; arranging is everything. William A. Ward Four stages to accomplishment: Plan intentionally. Get ready determinedly. Continue absolutely. Seek after tenaciously. Directing Maxims for Planning and Operations Best Practices The Mission Comes First “ ...the mission is constantly long range. It needs short-extend endeavors and all the time short-range results. - So we begin dependably with the long range, and afterward we input and say, What do we do today ? ” From Mission to Performance “ Strategy changes over a non-benefit organization ’ s mission and goals into execution. ” Managing for Performance “ Define execution for each of the non-benefit ’ s key zones. ” People and Relationships “ The non-benefit board likewise assumes an altogether different part from the organization board. It is more dynamic and, in the meantime, to a greater extent an asset … .... ” From “ Managing a non-Profit ” , by Peter Drucker, Norman Vincent Peale Plan your work throughout today and consistently, then work your arrangement. Tom Landry Setting an objective is not the primary concern. It is choosing how you will go about accomplishing it and staying with that arrangement Alan Lakein Planning is bringing the future into the present so you can make a move now. Richard C. Cushing Always arrange ahead. It wasn\'t raining when Noah assembled the ark. Henry David Thoreau In the long run, men hit just what they go for. Hence, however they ought to fall flat promptly, they would be advised to go for something high. George S. Patton A decent arrangement today is superior to anything an immaculate arrangement tomorrow. Eleanor Roosevelt It takes as much vitality to wish as it does to arrange. Saying quotes “He who neglects to arrange, arrangements to fail”

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Mission Statement Vision Statement Member Congregation Inputs Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Accountable Planning Strategic Plans Accountable to Mission and Vision Statements - - - Annual Plans Accountable To Strategic Goals Next Year Strategic Input Strategic Plan or Long Range Plan or Five Year Plan Annual Planning Process Preliminary Plan Ready Adopt Annual Plan Existing Ministry Inputs Next Year Annual Planning Phase Underwriting Phase (cong visits, gathering pledges) Current Annual Plan

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Guidance from the Strategic Plan for 2011 Strategy 1: Pursue comprehension of the basic teachings and estimations of the taking an interest confidence customs Goal 1: Organize an interfaith summit Goal 2: Build the effort limit of the part assemblages and a society of collaboration in the service zones of: a. Direct Service, b. Social Justice, c. Race and Culture, d. Confidence and Spirituality - extend from 2010 Strategy 2: Pursue a comprehension of group needs and characterizing administration learning open doors for our individuals Goal 1 : Generate a group needs evaluation covering the majority of our service ranges for illuminating part gatherings Strategy 3: Add the ability of a showing focus Goal 1 : Via vital cooperations with the universal Services Council, UA Huntsville and Judicatory Relations process no less than 100 understudies through Institute’s “Teaching Center” Curricula Organizational objectives: Goal 1: Begin the procedure for accomplishing accreditation by the TBD accreditation commission. Objective 2: Set up independent establishment for raising cash. Objective 3: Increase number of part gatherings by 10% every year. Objective 4: Increase service beneficiaries/participants by 10% every year. Systems:

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Faith and Spirituality Interfaith Dialog Description: Initiates interfaith dialog through projects and travel including members from different otherworldly gatherings. Activity Schedule: Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Identify assemblies and gathering (destinations) Develop open doors for addressing potential new member gatherings Start program in assemblages Recruit 2 open venues Advertise open venue projects Conduct open venue projects Recruit school locales Conduct school projects Create congregational trade system Recruit congregational members & publicize trade project Conduct congregational trade project Continue association with ISC Provide project upgrades & reports to LC and BOD Develop 2012 Road Map  - Identify 1 every month, 4 by end of April -  - Identify 1 every month, 4 by end of June - 2011 Goals/Objectives: To give the center four hour “ID on the Road” system to at least four assemblies, bunches of gatherings, or people inside of the Cooperative To offer two four hour open ID presentations in two unique settings, coming to more than 100 individuals speaking to an expansive range of otherworldly customs and ways. To give an Interfaith Dialog experience or project at schools To keep on refining the ID central subjects and force point presentation, including reconciliation of bleeding edge interfaith showing and presentation assets from national best practice programs. Feature record an ID on the Road presentation for consideration of a DVD Make select or all system materials accessible on the site To offer ID programming to International Services Council (ISC) and region instructive gatherings To add to an assemblage based nearby trade project To viably advance all ID programs through post office based mail, pay-per-snap publicizing, PSA’s, email showcasing, radio and/or TV, verbal, signage, Cooperative channels of correspondence, declarations at comparable occasions, and limited time materials  - Start 4 by end of Dec. -  - Recruit 2 by end of August - Monthly  - Conduct 2 by end of December -  - Recruit 2 by end of May -  - Conduct 2 by end of December -  As Needed As Requested  Service & Learning Opportunities For an assembly to be the booking operators Update the Showing Southern Hospitality Updating and producing bundles Create expert list of sources and make accessible on site Develop Congregational Exchange Program Develop feature part to central subjects Make educational modules accessible through site Refine existing educational modules

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Faith and Spirituality Day of Service and Unity Description: Day of administration for people of changing ages, ethnicity, and confidence to cooperate on hands-on group extends that will help in making a more durable Madison County Action Schedule: May: 15 – Implement Monthly Meetings June: 5 – Identify assemblage in charge of enlistment 15 – Deliver 2010 “As Performed” Roadmap Deliver 2011 Planned Roadmap Finalize tasks and needs (some can be included after this date as fitting) 30 – Generate data/articles/solicitation to gatherings requesting help Identify essential ventures which showcase assorted qualities: age, ethnic, race, and so forth. July: 1 – Begin pre-enrollment through site 15 – Launch advertising crusade Provide “release” proclamations and incorporate line for utilization of photos for attention August: 1 – Recruit gatherings and associations to give refreshments/water/different supplies Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec August: (cont) 5 – Implement week after week gatherings Arrange for gifts of materials if important Identify Site Leaders 25 – Have adequate headings, maps, signs, freebees required for day Arrange for photographs to be tackled the day Insure transportation/drivers secured for UAH understudies Have therapeutic discharge frames accessible September: 1 – Pray for good climate 9 – Set up quilters day before 10 – Request assessments/remarks be posted online October: 30 – Read posted remarks/add to 2011 Roadmap Identify host assemblage for 2011 To Be Determined: Provide show and time for declaration at Annual Dinner Announce DSU at One Huntsville Identify assemblies and gathering (locales) Develop open doors for addressing potential new member gatherings Start program in gatherings Recruit 2 open venues Advertise open venue projects Conduct open venue projects Recruit school destinations Conduct school projects Create congregational trade system Recruit congregational members & promote trade project Conduct congregational trade project Continue inclusion with ISC Provide project redesigns & reports to LC and BOD Develop 2012 Road Map  - Identify 1 every month, 4 by end of April -  - Identify 1 every month, 4 by end o

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