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Posted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 9:56 am
by jbh001
tortdog wrote:We have started to use agreedo.
I just checked it out, and it looks like an interesting concept. It would be nice if something similar to this could be added as a tool on lds.org. To me it looks like it has some generally similar concepts with the dutytogod.lds.org and personal progress tracking websites.

Posted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 12:25 pm
by lawrence.sproul
Can you send me an example of your agendas on agreedo?
lawrence.sproul AT gmail

Posted: Thu Feb 03, 2011 5:15 pm
by tortdog
Sent you an excel export. Not as clean as printing from Agreedo, but probably enough to suggest.

Posted: Mon Sep 12, 2011 9:22 pm
by lds_ivan
I am so much thankful for all of this resources I found out a proper and well organized settings in conducting our meetings. I am newly called Branch Clerk in our area and I need more things to learn specially this type of church activity.

http://mormonism.hostei.com/resources.php

Posted: Sat Dec 03, 2011 7:20 am
by mnmpeterson
New location for templates:
http://mormonism.hostei.com/resources.php

I had to switch to a new hosting service since my ISP is dropping its web space service.

Great Agenda's

Posted: Fri Oct 19, 2012 4:38 am
by dwdscott
We are in the Philippines on a couples mission for 18 months and will use these for training in our 5 branches.

Elder & Sister Scott, Iloilo Philippines Mission

Re: Sample Meeting Agendas

Posted: Sat May 03, 2014 6:29 am
by jjakob
jbh001 wrote:Here are some in MS Word format.

I adapted the templates straight out of the handbook. The sacrament meeting agenda uses wording from the handbook for releases and sustainings (as requested by our stake president) with the rest of the wording modeled after General Conference.

While some members of the bishopric do well at conducting, others (especially when they are new) like to have a safety net of what to say for those times when they step up to the pulpit and then go blank.

Thanks these were great. I created one for Bishopric Youth Committee Meeting as well.

Re: Here are some more templates...

Posted: Sat May 03, 2014 6:32 am
by jjakob
bernkie-p40 wrote:All,

I have a agenda template for PEC, Ward Welfare, and Ward Council. These are based on the book "Counseling with our Councils" (Elder Ballard). His main gist in meetings was:

First, Focus on Fundamentals
Second, focus on people, not programs
Third, Councils are for counsel and the exchange of ideas, not just reports and leactures.

Sorry...no bishopric template yet...

WOW 3 hour ward council! How do you get council members excited to go to a 3 hr meeting?

Re: Sample Meeting Agendas

Posted: Sat May 03, 2014 7:44 am
by jjakob
jbh001 wrote:Here are some in MS Word format.

I adapted the templates straight out of the handbook. The sacrament meeting agenda uses wording from the handbook for releases and sustainings (as requested by our stake president) with the rest of the wording modeled after General Conference.

While some members of the bishopric do well at conducting, others (especially when they are new) like to have a safety net of what to say for those times when they step up to the pulpit and then go blank.
Thanks great templates. I have created ones for Melchizedeck Quorum/Group presidency meetings and for Aaronic Priesthood Presidency meetings. Enjoy!

Re: Leadership Mtg Agenda

Posted: Sun Jul 04, 2021 7:04 pm
by jmporterlds
The current General Handbook allegedly has a "sample agenda" for Ward Council in Section 7.6.2 BUT that section does NOT work as of 4 July 2021, and several days before then.