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|Our Mission and Values Statements guide us in all we do.
Fun Fact: The LCH Mission Statement takes the form of a Japanese haiku with lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables.
Our Mission and Values Statements
Welcoming to all
April 2008 bulletin board highlighting the LCH Mission and Values Statements. The bulletin board incorporates pictures from the life of the congregation that illustrate various aspects of the Mission and Values Statements. (Click on any of the individual pictures to view a larger version.)
The LCH Mission Statement is in the form of a haiku, a 17-syllable Japanese poetic form in three lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables.
According to Robert D. Stueart and Barbara B. Moran in Library Management: 3rd Ed. (Littleton, CO: Libraries Unlimited, Inc. 1987), “The Mission is the most important strategic choice an organization can make. It is the overarching concept or principle which guides the organization toward establishing goals and objectives.”
The LCH Vision Statement expands on each significant word of the LCH Mission Statement, offering possibilities for embodiment in congregational life.
Each individual member, small group, task force and committee contributes to the creation of LCH as a community of faith—the actualization of our haiku Mission. Prayerful reflection on our Mission and Vision Statements can benefit our search for meaningful answers to such questions as these:
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