When councils follow a well-made agenda and employ a sound group process, they create a sense of community and can better achieve their mission. For more information, see the links below.
- Enriched agendas. An agenda can be a mere list of topics or it can help councillors prepare for and enjoy the the meeting.
- Long-Term. Those who lay out a good long-term agenda create the basis for good meetings.
- The “product” of councils. The product is good advice, but the process is important as well.
- Small Christian communities. Pastoral councils are not SCCs, but they can learn a lot from them.