Key principles for church and community mobilisation

For organisations

Organisations include Christian NGOs, networks working with a number of churches, or church denominations at a national or regional level (eg a diocese).

Key principles for organisations involved in church and community mobilisation (PDF 30 KB)
Detailed version of key principles for organisations (PDF 69 KB)

For facilitators

Facilitators are staff and volunteers responsible for envisioning and mobilising the church and community.

Key principles for facilitators (PDF 38 KB)
Detailed version of key principles for facilitators (PDF 75 KB)

For local coordination groups

Local coordination groups are groups of between four and ten local people who are selected by the church and the community to work with the external facilitators in coordinating the process within their community.

Key principles for local coordination groups (PDF 30 KB)
Detailed verson of key principles for local coordination groups (PDF 34 KB)

For the local church

By local church, we mean the local Christian congregation that the organisation is relating to in the community. This may be the local congregation of a denomination (such as the Anglican Church or the Baptist Church) or it may be an independent church without formal denominational ties.

Key principles for the local church (PDF 31 KB)
Detailed version of key principles for the local church (PDF 53 KB) 

For the local community

By the local community, we mean the community (village, urban district) in which the church and community mobilisation process is taking place and on which it is focused.

Key principles for the community (PDF 32 KB)
Detailed verson of key principles for the community (PDF 43 KB)