The Neighborhood Missional Intelligence Report is a 4-page interactive, infographic report that describes 40+ key population and neighborhood demographics metrics about the people living within a 15-min DriveTime of a selected congregation or location, and the characteristics of their neighborhoods, including neighborhood challenges.
The Neighborhood Missional Intelligence Reports allow you to explore your congregation’s neighborhoods through several lenses and multiple study area boundaries:
- DriveTime Analysis: Most useful. Typically 15 min (Membership Area) and 5 min (Ministry Area) boundaries.*
- WalkTime Analysis: Especially useful in urban area. Typically 15-min and 5-min boundaries.
- Radius Analysis: A less useful option but some people want it.
- Parish, Polygon, and Zip Code Boundaries: Also less useful. Available on request. Custom-designed and priced.
*Research has demonstrated that DriveTime Analysis is the most useful analysis, as approximately 70% of a congregations membership lays within a 15-min drive of a congregation in all areas (urban, suburban, and rural).
NMIRs also display the dominant population segment within the selected DriveTime, with a popup that summarizes the characteristics of the three most dominant segments.
A link within the popup links the user to Missional Context Reports for each segment.
With 1 hour of Interpretation: $495
Judicatories – Provide NMIRs Directly through Your MapDash Subscription
If you are a diocese, district, synod, or conference that subscribes to MapDash for Faith Communities, you can get your NMIR through them, and if you have the MapDash Exec add-on, your congregations can access their own NMIR directly.
Some of our Episcopal Church clients have asking how our next-generation NMIR compares to the forthcoming free Know Your Neighborhood snapshot on the soon-to-be-launched Episcopal Church’s new website portal. While both are great tools for their intended purposes, the new NMIR is significantly more expansive in the scope of its data and applications (click here for more information).
Want to learn how your judicatory can identify emerging missional opportunities within its boundaries?