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Presbyterian Panel Report: The U.S. Congregational Life Survey
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This report describes the results of a 2001 Presbyterian Panel survey of members, elders and clergy that parallels the larger U.S. Congregational Life Survey. It includes information about members' and elders' involvement and participation in their congregations, their beliefs and what they value in the congregation. Ministers responded about their satisfaction with their current call, their typical work week and their strengths as pastors.

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