May 2015 Building Readiness Report Card

Church Building Report Card

May 2015

Malcolm shared with us 5 criteria CFR likes to be in healthy shape before going into a fundraising campaign.  We need these statistics to be strong order to go into the campaign.  Here is where we stand as of the end of May 2015.

    • 30% of budget to be towards ministry.
      • Status: Unchanged
      • 84% of our 2015 budget goes to administrative costs (rent, insurance, land payment, salaries)
      • 16% is dedicated to ministry
      • Unless we revise the 2015 budget this number is set for the remainder of the year.
    • The long term debt ratio is at $3-5000 per attendee.
      • We averaged 1 people for the month of January.
  • If you take $2,000,000 and divide it by 110 you get $18.101 per attendee.  
    • Meeting the budget or surpassing the budget in giving.
      • Our Monthly Budget need is: 17,333.33 (208,000 divided by 12)
        • April Giving: $14696
        • May Giving: $13616
        • June Giving: 18,223
        • July Giving: $10.906
        • August Giving: 20372
        • September Giving: 18914
        • October Giving: n/a
        • November Giving: 15984
        • December: n/a
        • January 2015: 19350
        • February 2015: 15,775
        • March 2015: 20,713.82
  • April 2015: 15,092
  • May 2015:18,362
    • Trending upward in attendance.
      • Avg Attendance for May: 111 (88 in 2013)
      • Avg for June: 113 (100 in 2013)
      • Avg for July: 104 (97 in 2013)
      • Avg for August: 104 (97 in 2013)
      • Avg for September: 112 (99 in 2013)
      • Avg for October: 104 (106 in 2013)
      • Avg for November: 97 (100 in 2013)
      • Avg for December: 112 (120 in 2013)
  • Avg for JAnuary 2015: 119 .
    • Avg for February 2015: 122
    • Avg for March 2015: 124
    • Avg for April 2015: 133
    • May 2015: 110
  • Debt to Loan Ratio
    • We owe approximately $52,000 on the land and the land was independently assessed at $340,000 giving us an equity of $288,000 .  So this number is strong.
    • We can use the equity in the land as a down payment on the building.
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