Sermon Evaluation


Sermon Evaluation Form

 

A sermon should have something to say worth hearing, and say it

well enough to be truly heard.

 

Having Something to Say

 

  1. Biblical Exegesis and theological understanding:  the exegesis and theology grounding the homily was sound, cogent, and persuasive.

1-disagree           2-somewhat disagree      3-somewhat agree      4-agree      5- Amen!

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2.  Clarity and focus:  the goal(s) and purpose(s) of the homily were clear, relevant,

and important.

1-disagree           2-somewhat disagree      3-somewhat agree      4-agree      5- Amen!

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Saying It Well

 

  1. Structure and movement:  the homily was clearly organized and moved in a logical fashion.

1-disagree          2-somewhat disagree      3-somewhat agree      4-agree      5- Amen!

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  1. Interest and engagement:  the homily held the listeners’ interest, engaged their issues and questions, and challenged and strengthened their faith in significant ways.

1-disagree          2-somewhat disagree      3-somewhat agree      4-agree      5- Amen!

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  1. Delivery and style:  the homily was appealing, appropriate, and persuasive.

1-disagree      2-somewhat disagree      3-somewhat agree      4-agree      5- Amen!

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