A good pastor of a chapel knows how to manage the chapel.
A good manager learns everyday something new and builds on it.
A good pastor would soon have everyone in the parish acting like a big family all getting along and caring for each other.
A good pastor knows how to repair things and how they work, so that he can do the small things himself and direct others for pay (outside companies) or parishioner volunteers. After all, how can manager know that a maintenance job is needed to be done or if the one doing it knows what they are doing, or if it is a well done job, if the manager does not know anything about the work?
A good pastor sacrifices his comforts for the sake of the parish and parishioners. For example, he would put together a school for the children and prioritize the growing the school, in order to draw more parishioners to build up the collections and grow the chapel. He would not first build for himself a big priory with offices, large kitchen, library, bedrooms.... His priority would always be directed to the help of others.
A good pastor would work hard to help the parishioners prosper in their work, so they can provide for their families and the chapel. He would teach from the pulpit how the parishioners first obligation is to help each other, to hire and do business from within the parishioners, even if it costs a little more. He would teach the workers their obligation to do the best job possible, to always seek to provide the best service to their customers and build a good reputation.
How would you grade your pastor? Pastors, how would you rate yourselves? It is never too late to change.