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100 Witherspoon Street
Louisville, KY 40202

Address for Offering Remittance:
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Church Remittance Processing
PO Box 643700
Pittsburgh, PA 15264-3700

2013 Peacemaking Offering evaluation

After you have received the Offering, please take a moment to complete this form and send it back to us. Consult others in your congregation if you need help responding to some of the questions.

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* Your name:

* E-mail address:

Congregation name:

Congregation address:

1. Did your congregation promote the Peacemaking Offering this year? Yes No

If yes, did those promotions include:
a. Telling the congregation how its share of the Offering would be used Yes No
b. Setting a congregational goal Yes No
c. Bulletin inserts Yes No
d. Bible study Yes No
e. Offering brochure—”A Harvest of Justice Is Sown in Peace” Yes No
f. Peacemaking Offering envelopes Yes No
g. Poster Yes No
h. Children’s activity sheet Yes No
i. Worship resource Yes No
j. Minutes for mission Yes No
k. World Communion Sunday bulletin covers Yes No
l. Peacemaking Offering DVD Yes No

2. What was the total amount received (not remitted) in your Peacemaking Offering in 2011?

3. How will your congregation use its 25 percent of the Offering?

4. Do you use all of the materials in your standing order? Yes No

5. Which materials did you receive that you did not use? Not sure

6. Would it be helpful to have someone call or e-mail to confirm your standing order items
prior to shipment?
Yes No

7. What would you like to tell us about your congregation’s involvement in peacemaking?

8. How can the Peacemaking Program be helpful to you in your peacemaking ministries?

Thank you for your assistance. Your comments are invaluable in helping us to produce more effective materials. Please send us stories (and pictures) of how your congregation interpreted the Peacemaking Offering and how it is engaged in peacemaking. We’d love to share them on the website.

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