All Schedules & Reports in JW Scheduler

JW Scheduler contains many attractive, practical and informative Schedules and Reports, allowing you to quickly and easily view your congregation data.

All schedules and reports can be saved as Document, PDF, Image or XPS. They can also be Previewed, Printed or Emailed. 

Schedules and Reports can be accessed by clicking Printing > Save, Print and Email Reports or from various shortcuts throughout JW Scheduler.

JW Scheduler organises all schedules and reports into the following 8 categories:

Congregation

Weekly Overview

Description: Shows an overview of the select week, including who is giving all meeting parts, all talk titles, duties and optionally Field Service.

Who might use: The Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE)Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer or Public Talk Coordinator might print this and place on the noticeboard. Or it might be emailed to all appointed brothers, to all those with parts or duties that week, or even to all congregation publishers.

Options: Include Field Service to include the Field Service Schedule for that week.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Field Service Groups

Description: Shows all congregation Field Service Groups and all the members in each group. Includes who is the Group Overseer and Group Assistant, and shows the Publisher Status and Pioneer Status of all members.

Who might use: All elders are interested in Field Service Group list, but especially Group Overseers, the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE)Secretary and Service Overseer. The Service Overseer might print this and place on the noticeboard, or email to all appointed brothers.

Options: Include Totals to show a count of each member type. Include Field Service Meetings to show the field service arrangements for each group. Include inactive to also include inactive members in the list. Include students and children to also include students and children in the list.

Using Name Format, you can choose how to display member names in the list.

Congregation Summary

Description: Provides a summary of your congregation, including how many Publishers, Elders, Ministerial Servants, Baptised, Reactivated, and much much more. Also includes a Meeting Attendance summary, and Field Service totals and averages for Publishers, Auxiliary Pioneers and Regular Pioneers.

Who might use: All elders should be interested in how the congregation is going, but especially the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE)Secretary and Service Overseer. This could be emailed to all elders monthly, or given to the Circuit Overseer at the start of his visit.

Important: This data is based off the previous 12-months Submitted Congregation Field Service Reports. Therefore you should please ensure the previous 12-months have all been marked as Submitted, otherwise some of the data may not be accurate.

Congregation Assignments

Description: Shows who is handling each congregation assignment, including any assistants.

Who might use: All elders might want to see who is handling each assignment, but the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) will likely want to periodically print or email this report to all elders and ministerial servants.

Meeting Attendance Records

Description: Displays the selected Meeting Attendance records on the the S-88 Meeting Attendance Record form.

Who might use: The Congregation Secretary or Attendants Servant might save and print this report. The Secretary should give this to the Circuit Overseer before his visit.

Reminder: The S-88 Meeting Attendance Form is arrange by Service Year (starting in September) and not regular years.

Other: This report can also be printed from the Circuit Overseer Report Category.

Territory Assignment Records

Description: Shows all congregation Territory Assignments on the S-13 Territory Assignment Records form.

Who might use: The Service Overseer, his assistant or the Territory Servant might print or save this report. The Service Overseer should give this to the Circuit Overseer before his visit.

Other: This report can also be printed from the Circuit Overseer Report Category.

Territory Coverage

Description: Displays various statistics about how the congregation is working their Field Service Territory.

Who might use: The Service Overseer, his assistant or the Territory Servant might print or save this report. This could be periodically given or emailed to all elders. The Service Overseer should give this to the Circuit Overseer before his visit.

Other: This report can also be printed from the Circuit Overseer Report Category.

Secretary

S-10 Congregation Analysis Report

Description: Generates the S-10 Congregation Analysis Report form.

Who might use: The Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) or Congregation Secretary should save or print this once a year. It could also be emailed to all congregation elders.

Important: This data is based off the previous 12-months Submitted Congregation Field Service Reports. Therefore you should please ensure the previous 12-months have all been marked as Submitted, otherwise some of the data may not be accurate.

S-21 Publisher Cards

Description: Generates S-21 Publisher Cards for the selected members and time periods.

Who might use: All elders are interested in Publisher Cards, but especially the Congregation Secretary and Group Overseers.

Options: Name Format allows you can choose how to display member names on the Publisher Card. You can also choose to print one member or multiple members, one year or multiple years.

Other: The secretary should use Congregation Publisher Records for CO Visit (sfl 22:12) for the Circuit Overseer visit.

Congregation Publisher Records for CO Visit

Description: Generates the S-21 Publisher Cards in the format required by the Circuit Overseer for the Circuit Overseer visit.

Important: This includes the Totals. Please carefully read sfl 22:12 which very clearly explains what is included in these records and how they are presented. JW Scheduler provides these exactly as required and we do not have authority to change this.

Who might use: The Congregation Secretary should use this to generate the Publisher Records for the Circuit Overseer visit.

Options: Name Format allows you can choose how to display member names on the Publisher Card.

Field Service Summary

Description: Provides a summary of the Field Service activity for the selected Field Service Groups and period, optionally including Totals and Averages.

Who might use: Group Overseers and Group Assistants, along with the Secretary and Service Overseer could review this every month. This could be emailed to all Group Overseers or all elders monthly.

Options: Select either All Groups or a specific Field Service Group. Choose what Period you want the Summary to be of. Include Averages will show the Averages for that period.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

JW.org Summary

Description: Shows the Congregation Field Service information as required by jw.org for the selected month. This allows the congregation Secretary to quickly and easily enter this information into jw.org.

Who might use: The Congregation Secretary should use report to quickly and easily enter the Congregation Field Service Report into jw.org. He might also save a copy for his records.

Important: The secretary should first ensure the Congregation Field Service Report has been marked as Submitted.

Group Field Service Reports Collection

Description: Provides a template that can be given to Group Overseers to help them “collect” the Field Service Reports from members in their Group. All members are listed, with blank spaces for entering their reports. The completed template should be given back to the Secretary.

Who might use:, The Congregation Secretary could print or email and give to all Group Overseers or Group Assistants every month. They will then complete and return to the secretary.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Missing Reports

Description: Gives a quick overview of whose Field Service Report is missing and has not yet been submitted for the selected month. Names are sorted by Group to allow for quick follow-up by the Group Overseers.

Who might use: The Congregation Secretary could print or email and give to all Group Overseers near the deadline for submitting Field Service Reports. This will help Group Overseers follow up on any missing reports before the deadline.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Missing and 0-hour Reports History

Description: Shows any Missing and/or 0-Hour reports for the last 6 months from the selected month. This allows Group Overseers or the Secretary to follow up any missing reports and offer assistance as required.

Who might use: The Congregation Secretary could periodically print or email and give to all Group Overseers. This will help Group Overseers follow up any missing reports, or offer assistance to those who did not report.

Options: Include Inactive will also show inactive publishers in the list.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Regular Pioneer Hours

Description: Displays the Field Service hours and credit for all Regular Pioneers, from the start of the service year to now. Also shows how many hours are remaining, and if pioneers are on-track to reach the hourly requirement.

Who might use: The Congregation Secretary and Service Overseer should use this report when checking the progress of all Regular Pioneers twice a year.

Special: If the current hours average 70 or above, the colour will be green, otherwise red.

Other: Since “credit” can be applied in multiple ways, the Secretary and Service Overseer should check the “remarks” field of Publisher Records to determine how much credit can be counted for each month. JW Scheduler does not do this for you.

Baptised 1 Year

Description: Displays a summary of all those who were baptised approximately one year ago, helping elders know who is ready for their one-year shepherding visit.

Who might use: The Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) and Congregation Secretary should periodically use this report to check who was baptised about a year ago and needs to have a one-year shepherding visit.

Members

Member List

Description: Displays a list of congregation members based on the Group, Filter and Assign selections.

Who might use: Any elder might use this to generate a list of members. The Group, Filter and Assign selections allow for great  flexibility when generating a list of members that match your criteria.

Options: Include Privilege Tags will add tags to each name showing the Publisher and Pioneer status.

Member Contact Information

Description: Shows the contact information for the selected members, including name, address, email and phone numbers.

Who might use: All elders might want to see contact information for congregation members, but especially Group Overseers, Group Assistants and the Congregation Secretary.

Member Detailed Information

Description: Shows detailed information about the selected members, including emergency contacts, family information, and optionally spiritual and assign information.

Who might use: All elders might want to see information about congregation members, or the Congregation Secretary might want to use this information to verify his records.

Options: Include Spiritual will also include spiritual information about the member. Include Assign will show the Assign settings for the member.

Member Information Check

Description: Shows detailed information about the selected members, including emergency contacts and family information. This is designed to be given to publishers to allow them to check and verify all information is accurate and up-to-date.

Who might use: The Congregation Secretary might want to periodically give this to all publishers to ensure the congregation records are accurate and up-to-date.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Other: Any private notes entered by elders will not show on this report (for confidentiality purposes). Publishers can also add their own notes, which elders may or may not use.

Emergency Contact List

Description: Shows the Emergency Contact Information for all members of the congregation, sorted by Field Service Group.

Who might use: All elders will want to have up-to-date emergency contact information for all members of their group. The Congregation Secretary might want to periodically print or email this to all elders.

Options: Show Family Heads only will create a list of only Family Heads. Include inactive will also include inactive publishers in the list. Include students and children will also include students and children in the list.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Emergency Contact List Condensed

Description: Shows the Emergency Contact Information for all members of the congregation, sorted by Field Service Group, in a condensed version to allow for printing and storing somewhere convenient, such as  a wallet or Go Bag. Depending on your selected options, you should be able to fit this on 1 double-sided page.

Who might use: All elders will want to have up-to-date emergency contact information for all publishers in their group on hand at all times. The Congregation Secretary might want to periodically print or email this to all elders.

Options: Show Family Heads only will create a list of only Family Heads. Include inactive will also include inactive publishers in the list. Include students and children will also include students and children in the list. Include Addresses will also include the addresses of the emergency contacts. Show first Emergency Contact only will only show the first emergency contact of each publisher.

Group Members Spiritual Summary

Description: Displays a summary of the spiritual status of all publishers in each Field Service Group, including Privilege, Pioneer status, baptism date, CLM Student, etc. This allows Group Overseers and other elders to know the members of their group better.

Who might use: All elders should regular check the spiritual summary of members in their Field Service group, but especially Group Overseers and Group Assistants. The Congregation Secretary might want to periodically print or email this to all elders. The Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer and the Service Overseer also might want to check this report to see who has potential to become a student on the Life and Ministry Meeting school or become a pioneer.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

CLM Assignments by Member

Description: Displays a summary of which Life and Ministry Meeting parts each congregation member can handle, as well as a summary of how many members can handle a certain part.

Who might use: All elders are responsible for approving which members can handle which parts and would use this list to keep updated. Likely the Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) would periodically send this to other elders.

Assignments by Member

Description: Displays a summary of which Weekend Assignments, Duties, Field Service and App access each congregation member has or can handle.

Who might use: All elders are responsible for approving which members can handle which parts and would use this list to keep updated. Likely the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) or Public Talk Coordinator or would periodically send this to other elders.

Options: Sort by Field Service Group will sort the list by Field Service Group, instead of by Elder, MS, Publishers.

App Members

Description: Displays a list of all members in the congregation who can use the JWS – Publisher App, including their Member PIN and Connected status. Sorted by Field Service Group.

Who might use: It is usually easiest for Group Overseers to help publishers download and connect to the App. The Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE), Congregation Secretary or another congregation administrator could save and email this report to Group Overseers or Group Assistants.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Life and Ministry Meeting

Life and Ministry Meeting Schedule

Description: The Life and Ministry Schedule for the selected weeks, including all schools, parts and assignments. The schedule can be printed or saved in a variety of appealing templates.

Who might use: The Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) should print and display on the Information Board, or email to all congregation members.

Options: Choose from a variety of templates which best suits your needs.

Chairman Outline

Description: An overview or outline of all Life and Ministry Meeting parts, descriptions and who has been assigned. This report is designed to be used by the Life and Ministry Meeting Chairman for that week to help him with his assignment.

Who might use: The Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer or perhaps Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) would usually print and give to or email this report to the Chairman for the week.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Assignment Slips

Description: The S-89 Student Assignment Slip, which contains information about a Student Assignment and should be given to Life and Ministry Meeting students.

Who might use: The Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer should print and give to, or email these Student Assignment Slips to Life and Ministry Meeting students to inform them of upcoming assignments.

Options: Different templates allow you to print 4-per page or 1-per page.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

School Worksheets

Description: A worksheet which contains detailed information about all Life and Ministry Meeting School parts, descriptions and who has been assigned. This worksheet is designed to be used by the Life and Ministry Meeting Chairman or Auxiliary School Counselor for that week to help him conduct the school. The worksheet also includes space to make notes.

Who might use: The Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer should print and give to, or email the School Worksheets to the Life and Ministry Meeting Chairman and any Auxiliary School Counselors for their upcoming assignments.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

CLM Assignments by Member

Description: Displays a summary of which Life and Ministry Meeting parts each congregation member can handle, as well as a summary of how many members can handle a certain part.

Who might use: All elders are responsible for approving which members can handle which parts and would use this list to keep updated. Likely the Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) would periodically send this to other elders.

School Usage History

Description: A report which shows the Usage History for all Life and Ministry Meeting School parts during the period selected. Includes a total count and averages of how long between assignments.

Who might use: The Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer would use this report to ensure all students are being scheduled evenly, and determine how often students are receiving assignments.

Non-School Usage History

Description: A report which shows the Usage History for all Life and Ministry Meeting Non-School parts during the period selected.

Who might use: The Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) or perhaps Life and Ministry Meeting Overseer would use this report to see how evenly Life and Ministry Parts are being scheduled.

Public Talks

Public Talk Schedule

Description: The Public Talk Schedule for the selected months, including Public Talk details and Weekend Assignments. The schedule can be printed or saved in a variety of appealing templates.

Who might use: The Public Talk Coordinator or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) should print and display the schedule on the Information Board, or perhaps email to all congregation members.

Options: Include Hospitality will include the Hospitality assignment on the schedule. Include Away Speakers will also include which Public Speakers are giving an Away Talk for that weekend.

Choose from a variety of different templates which best suits your needs.

Public Talk Assignments

Description: The Public Talk Assignments report contains a list of all Local and Away Public Talks for each Public Speaker in your congregation during the selected period. This can be given to Public Speakers so they are aware of upcoming Public Talks, including information about the talk.

Who might use: The Public Talk Coordinator or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) should periodically print and give to, or email all Public Speakers this report so they are aware of any upcoming Public Talk Assignments.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Away Public Talks List

Description: Shows a list of all future Away Public Talks, including who is giving the talk, when, in what congregation and that congregations Public Talk contact details.

Who might use: The Public Talk Coordinator or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) could periodically print and give to, or email all Public Speakers so they are aware of any upcoming Away Public Talks.

Away Public Speakers List

Description: This report contains a list of all Public Speaker who are approved for Away Talks, in the selected Congregation. Includes their contact details, and which Public Talk Outlines they can give.

Who might use: The Public Talk Coordinator or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) can use this report to share or verify Public Speaker information with other congregations in their Circuit, or nearby Circuits.

Visiting Speakers List

Description: This report lists all upcoming Visiting Public Speakers in the selected period, including what congregation they are from, what public talk they are giving, when they are coming, and their contact details.

Who might use: The Public Talk Coordinator or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) can use this report as a reference for upcoming visiting speakers. This can help them contact and send reminders to visiting speakers.

Visiting Speaker Invitations

Description: Generates Visiting Speaker Invitations for all visiting Public Speakers in the selected period. The invitations include details about their upcoming Public Talk, and details about the Meeting day and time, Kingdom Hall address and Zoom Meeting details.

Who might use: The Public Talk Coordinator or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) should print and give to, or email all upcoming Visiting Public Speakers their invitation to help them prepare and remind them of their upcoming public talk.

Options: Include Zoom Details to include the congregation Zoom Meeting Details in the invitation.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Public Talk History

Description: Generates the Public Talk History for the congregation for all Public Talks given in the last 5 years. This allows you to see which talks have not been given recently and might need to be scheduled.

Who might use: The Public Talk Coordinator or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) should periodically use this report to determine which Public Talks might need to be given locally.

Public Speaker Exchange History

Description: Displays the Public Talk Exchange History between your congregation and other congregations, sorted by most recent to oldest. This allows you to see how often and when you have exchanged Public Speakers with other congregations.

Who might use: The Public Talk Coordinator or Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) could periodically use this report to determine which nearby congregations have not exchanged Public Speakers for the longest time period.

Weekend Assignments Member List

Description: Displays lists of which members can perform all the various Weekend Assignments.

Who might use: All elders are responsible for approving which members can handle which parts and would use this list to keep updated. Likely the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) or Public Talk Coordinator or would periodically send this to other elders to ensure there are enough brothers assigned for each Weekend Assignment.

Field Service

Field Service Groups

Description: Shows all congregation Field Service Groups and all the members in each group. Includes who is the Group Overseer and Group Assistant, and shows the Publisher Status and Pioneer Status of all members.

Who might use: All elders are interested in Field Service Group list, but especially Group Overseers, the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE)Secretary and Service Overseer. The Service Overseer might print this and place on the noticeboard, or email to all appointed brothers.

Options: Include Totals to show a count of each member type. Include Field Service Meetings to show the field service arrangements for each group. Include inactive to also include inactive members in the list. Include students and children to also include students and children in the list.

Using Name Format, you can choose how to display member names in the list.

Field Service Schedule

Description: The Field Service Schedule for the selected weeks, including the Time and Location of any Field Service Groups, and who is talking the Field Service Group.

Who might use: The Service Overseer, his assistant or the Territory Servant might print or save this report and place on the congregation Information Board, or it could be emailed to all publishers.

Options: Include Group Arrangements will include the Field Service Group arrangements for the weekend. Include Addresses will also include the Address of the Field Service Locations.

Territory Assignment Records

Description: Shows all congregation Territory Assignments on the S-13 Territory Assignment Records form.

Who might use: The Service Overseer, his assistant or the Territory Servant might print or save this report. The Service Overseer should give this to the Circuit Overseer before his visit.

Other: This report can also be printed from the Circuit Overseer Report Category.

Territory Coverage

Description: Displays various statistics about how the congregation is working their Field Service Territory.

Who might use: The Service Overseer, his assistant or the Territory Servant might print or save this report. This could be periodically given or emailed to all elders. The Service Overseer should give this to the Circuit Overseer before his visit.

Other: This report can also be printed from the Circuit Overseer Report Category.

Field Service Assignments Member List

Description: Displays lists of which members can perform all the various Field Service Assignments.

Who might use: All elders are responsible for approving which members can handle which assignments and would use this list to keep updated. Likely the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) or Service Overseer would periodically send this to other elders to ensure there are enough brothers assigned for each Field Service Assignment.

Duties

Duties Schedule

Description: The Duties Schedule for the selected months, including any Custom Duties and optionally including the Cleaning Schedule.

Who might use: The Attendants Servant, Kingdom Hall Servant or Cleaning Servant might print this and place on the Information Board, or perhaps email to all those who have a Duty on the schedule.

Options: Include Cleaning will also include the Cleaning Schedule.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Cleaning and Garden Care Schedule

Description: The Cleaning and Garden Care Schedule for the selected months.

Who might use: The Kingdom Hall Servant or Cleaning Servant might print this and place on the Information Board, or perhaps email to all those who have a Duty on the schedule.

Special: Supports Email Special Features.

Duties Member List

Description: Displays lists of which members can perform all the various Congregation Duties.

Who might use: All elders are responsible for approving which members can handle which duties and would use this list to keep updated. Likely the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE), Attendants Servant, Kingdom Hall Servant or Cleaning Servant would periodically send this to other elders for reference.

Circuit Overseer

Circuit Overseer Visit Schedule

Description: The schedule for the upcoming Circuit Overseer Visit, including the time and location for all Meetings, Field Service, Meals and other arrangements.

Who might use: The Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) should print and display the schedule on the Information Board, or perhaps email to all congregation members and the Circuit Overseer.

Options: Include Addresses will include the addresses for all activities.

Congregation Summary

Description: Provides a summary of your congregation, including how many Publishers, Elders, Ministerial Servants, Baptised, Reactivated, and much much more. Also includes a Meeting Attendance summary, and Field Service totals and averages for Publishers, Auxiliary Pioneers and Regular Pioneers.

Who might use: All elders should be interested in how the congregation is going, but especially the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE)Secretary and Service Overseer. This could be emailed to all elders monthly, or given to the Circuit Overseer at the start of his visit.

Important: This data is based off the previous 12-months Submitted Congregation Field Service Reports. Therefore you should please ensure the previous 12-months have all been marked as Submitted, otherwise some of the data may not be accurate.

Coordinator of the Body of Elders

Details of Host, Shepherding visits and Meal Arrangements

Description: A report containing the details about who will Host the Circuit Overseer and his wife, details about each Shepherding Visit and all Meal Arrangements. Includes names, contact details and address.

Who might use: The Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE) should print or email this to the Circuit Overseer before he arrives.

Congregation Secretary

Congregation Publisher Records for CO Visit

Description: Generates the S-21 Publisher Cards in the format required by the Circuit Overseer for the Circuit Overseer visit.

Important: This includes the Totals. Please carefully read sfl 22:12 which very clearly explains what is included in these records and how they are presented. JW Scheduler provides these exactly as required.

Who might use: The Congregation Secretary should use this to generate the Publisher Records for the Circuit Overseer visit.

Options: Name Format allows you can choose how to display member names on the Publisher Card.

Meeting Attendance Records

Description: Displays the selected Meeting Attendance records on the the S-88 Meeting Attendance Record form.

Who might use: The Congregation Secretary or Attendants Servant might save and print this report. The Secretary should give this to the Circuit Overseer before his visit.

Reminder: The S-88 Meeting Attendance Form is arrange by Service Year (starting in September) and not regular years.

Field Service Groups

Description: Shows all congregation Field Service Groups and all the members in each group. Includes who is the Group Overseer and Group Assistant, and shows the Publisher Status and Pioneer Status of all members.

Who might use: All elders are interested in Field Service Group list, but especially Group Overseers, the Coordinator of the Body of Elders (COBE)Secretary and Service Overseer. The Service Overseer might print this and place on the noticeboard, or email to all appointed brothers.

Options: Include Totals to show a count of each member type. Include Field Service Meetings to show the field service arrangements for each group. Include inactive to also include inactive members in the list. Include students and children to also include students and children in the list.

Using Name Format, you can choose how to display member names in the list.

Emergency Contact List

Description: Shows the Emergency Contact Information for all members of the congregation, sorted by Field Service Group.

Who might use: All elders will want to have up-to-date emergency contact information for all members of their group. The Congregation Secretary might want to periodically print or email this to all elders.

Options: Show Family Heads only will create a list of only Family Heads. Include inactive will also include inactive publishers in the list. Include students and children will also include students and children in the list.

Special: When emailing, tick Send Individually and select Members With Parts to send to the Group Overseer and Group Assistant.

Service Overseer

Territory Assignment Records

Description: Shows all congregation Territory Assignments on the S-13 Territory Assignment Records form.

Who might use: The Service Overseer, his assistant or the Territory Servant might print or save this report. The Service Overseer should give this to the Circuit Overseer before his visit.

Territory Coverage

Description: Displays various statistics about how the congregation is working their Field Service Territory.

Who might use: The Service Overseer, his assistant or the Territory Servant might print or save this report. This could be periodically given or emailed to all elders. The Service Overseer should give this to the Circuit Overseer before his visit.

List of those scheduled to work with CO and his Wife

Description: A report containing the details about who will work with the Circuit Overseer and his wife in Field Service. Includes names and contact details of each assigned publisher.

Who might use: The Service Overseer should print or email this to the Circuit Overseer before he arrives.

Common Questions and Problems

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