If you do not know the answer to this question then the ongoing vitality, excellence, and innovation of your congregation may be in trouble. If means you do not have a proactive plan of leadership development. It mean your are hoping year after year that you can find enough people to fill the leadership slots in your congregation.
More importantly it means you are not developing the next generation of leadership within your congregation. It means you may run out of leaders at some point in the future. It means the average age of the leaders in your congregation will increase each year. It means the same people show up in leadership positions year after year because no new leaders are being developed.
It means you do not understand that people over 50 years old are still willing to step forward and volunteer out of a sense of commitment and responsibility, while people under 50 tend to want to be asked. It means you do not understand that people under 50 want to be sure that anything they commit to has meaning and significance that captivates their imagination and is worth the time investment. Remember that time is the most precious commodity of the 21st century.