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Church Details

Size is based on attendance at your primary worship service.

Options are:
  • 1–75
  • 76–199
  • 200–399
  • 400–799
  • 800+
Options are:
  • Large city (population: over 500,000)
  • City (population: 100,000 to 500,000)
  • Large town (population: 20,000 to 100,000)
  • Town (population: 1,000 to 20,000)
  • Rural (population: less than 1,000)

What is your church setting?

Does your church conduct services or other programming in a language other than English?

Which language(s) does your church offer programming in?

Church Doctrine

Which of these would best characterize your church's position on “miraculous gifts” (gifts of healing, prophecy, word of knowledge, tongues) of the Spirit?

Which best describes your church's position on women in ministry in the local church?

All EFCA churches are congregational in their governance (church polity). How congregationalism is lived out varies from church to church. Which model best describes your church's understanding of congregationalism?

The EFCA commitment to live and minister within the “significance of silence” framework (i.e., we will debate but not divide over certain nonessential doctrinal matters) is a strength.

Does your church think baptism (of any sort) ought to be required for church membership?

Does your church agree with the EFCA’s Resolution on Human Sexuality and the Covenant of Marriage, that “God created human beings uniquely in His image as male and female, and He has designed marriage to be a covenantal relationship between one man and one woman”?

Which statement best describes your church's position on divorce and remarriage for a Christian believer?

Does your church believe homosexual behavior is always contrary to the teaching of Scripture?

“Sex outside of the marriage covenant between a man and a woman is acceptable.”

Abortion is a sin, the taking of a human life created in the image of God.