Sunday Service Evaluation Questions

July 5, 2011 — 2 Comments

Here are questions our teams in charge of putting together weekend worship services (e.g, teaching, music, sound, etc.) asks each week. These are intended to keep our services missionally-focused and intentionally-driven for our specific context. I’m sure over time we will add and delete questions as we get smarter, but for the moment, here is our current set of questions.

Was the service…

  1. Gospel-centered: Did we show the glory and sufficiency of the Person & Work of Jesus?
  2. High challenge: Did we call people to life under Christ?
  3. Bible connected: Did we display the Bible as our final authority?
  4. Authentic: Did we give the truth without spin?
  5. Male-focused: Would this speak to a man?
  6. Missional: Did we call people to live on mission for God?
  7. Excellent: Did we do the best with what we have?
  8. Next-step: Did we tell people where to go with their commitment?
  9. Provocative/Risk: Did we keep the right tensions in the right places?
  10. Story: Did we involve the story of others to point to the One Story?

For your context, you may have better/different questions to ask of the intentionality of your services. If so, what would be your questions on Monday about Sunday?

Yancey Arrington

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Lover of All Things Texas. Acts 29 Network Fan. Redemption Hound. Teaching Pastor at Clear Creek Community Church in League City, Texas. Author of TAP: Defeating the Sins That Defeat You. He is currently writing a book on preaching.

2 responses to Sunday Service Evaluation Questions

  1. I can only speak for my family. Preach the truth. My wife said to me one day, I have learned more about the Bible in this last year, than I have in my life!

    I suggest to contiune on this path, most want and need to hear the truth.

  2. I can only speak for my family. Preach the truth. My wife said to me one day, I have learned more about the Bible in this last year, than I have in my life!

    I suggest to contiune on this path, most want and need to hear the truth.

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