The reason I ask is because I am curious as to how often un-churched (non-believers) visit your church. Also, how often do these visitors become a part of your church? What role does your church play in reaching out to your community? Is reaching out a priority in your church?
Do you think that the theological (i.e. Doctrine of Salvation) position your church significantly impacts the emphasis on reaching out to your community (i.e. non-believers)?
Growing a church that simply adds existing Christians does nothing in expanding the kingdom of God, and by that I mean leading non-believers to Christ. For example in our church which we run about 200 adults, I would say that easily 80% of those were not Christians prior to coming to our church. We place a high emphasis on reaching the lost, and on prayer. On a weekly basis we have visitors all of the time.
Just curious what is going on in your churches.