Steps in getting an Environics Congregational Report by k01nsY8


									           How to get an Environics Congregational Report
1. If you have any questions before beginning, please contact:

   Joanne Rose                           OR      Robert Dalgleish              
   1-800-268-3781, ext. 4157                     1-800-268-3781, ext. 4111

2. E-mail to
   a) A list of the postal codes of households connected to your congregation. You must
      include repeats if you have more than one household at a given postal code (for
      instance an apartment building). It is preferable to send the postal codes in an Excel
      document, in a single column (this would be sent as an attachment to the e-mail).
      For the acceptability of other formats, please contact Joanne Rose. No other
      information about the households should be sent.
   b) The name and contact information of the contact person in your congregation.

3. The contact person must also forward a cheque, payable to the United Church of
   Canada, to:
         Joanne Rose
         Congregational, Educational, and Community Ministries
         The United Church of Canada
         3250 Bloor St. West, Suite 300
         Toronto, ON M8X 2Y4
   The amount is based on your congregational budget:

   Congregational Budget         Cost            Congregational Budget         Cost
   < $50,000                     $ 50            $250–300,000                  $300
   $50–100,000                   $100            $300–350,000                  $350
   $100–150,000                  $200            > $350,000                    $400
   $150–250,000                  $250

   If paying the full fee is not possible, please pay as much as you can afford. Indicate that
   it is for an Environics Congregational Report for your congregation.

4. The postal code information will be forwarded to Environics.

5. Environics will map out one or more suggested service areas for your church. This
   information will be sent back to the contact person who must confirm that it represents
   the area the church is interested in. At this point a discussion can take place between
   the contact person and Environics. The person who is working on this project at
   Environics is Jack, and he is quite willing to advise on the merits of different service
   areas. At this point Rob, Joanne or Anne at the United Church office can also help, if

6. Once the service area has been defined, the report will be available in 2-3 weeks.

Prepared by: Jill Cameron
Member, Church Development and Redevelopment Committee

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