Help us provide discounted
data-grounded discernment services
to the congregations who need it the most
but can afford it the least
In the turbulent and uncertain times brought upon all of us by the COVID-19 crisis, faith leaders everywhere need data and strategies to help them rapidly and effectively adapt their ministries and programs to the realities of the novel Coronavirus pandemic. FaithX and our affiliates at Datastory have been working hard together to adapt our respective tools and services to the needs of these times.
When we launched FaithX in late 2016, we realized that there was often a gap between what congregations need and what they can afford. And when it comes to data-ground discernment tools and services, the congregations that need them the most are the ones that can afford them the least. And so we started our congregational scholarship fund to bridge that gap by underwriting a significant portion of their costs.
All donations received during Giving Tuesday Now
will go to the FaithX Congregational Scholarship Fund.
Help us bridge the gap!
Want to help your congregation more effectively engage the neighborhoods it serves?
Those who engage a full Neighborhood Missional Assessment or other consultative program from FaithX will receive a complete NMIR in interactive (dynamic HTML) format.
Important Note: A Neighborhood Missional Intelligence Report can also be a useful tool for identifying the prevalence of at risk groups within your membership and ministry areas, and a Neighborhood Missional Assessment can help you identify the neighborhoods where they are most prevalent.
We have reduced the cost of NMIRs and NMAs by 10% for the duration of the COVID19 pandemic.
Want to help your judicatory identify emerging missional opportunities and challenges within its boundaries?
Click here to schedule a demo/discussion
of MapDash for Faith Communities
for Strategic Missional Planning
Important Note: In the days ahead Datastory will be adding COVID-related data to MapDash to all current and future subscribers (including incidence of COVID-19, hospital locations and capacity, Twitter feeds, location of doctors).
FaithX is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization and Ken’s faith-based consulting practice at FaithX is carried out under an extension of ministry from the Episcopal Diocese of Washington.