7 February, 2023

A Few More Days Remain to Complete Our Annual Church Survey

by | 18 January, 2023

The Christian Standard annual survey of churches is now available! Surveys were sent via email to many churches early this month. (Check your email and perhaps even your spam folder.) If you have not received a survey, please use this link.  

This survey is designed for every Restoration Movement church (Independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ). 

“If you have taken this survey in the past, you may notice several changes this year,” says Christian Standard editor Michael Mack. “For one thing, we have made it much shorter and easier for you to respond.”  

Each year, researcher/writer Kent Fillinger collects the data and uses the information for articles that appear not only in our May/June issue, but in his Metrics columns for months following. Additionally, survey insights are considered as editors develop issues and assign news stories over the next year.

Your participation this year will provide valuable information for our movement to celebrate and to learn from. We encourage you to take part . . . the deadline is Monday, Jan. 23!

+ Take the 2022 Church Survey Now


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