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* 1. The Community of Welcoming Congregations has been serving Oregon and SW Washington for over 25 years, providing education and support to welcoming congregations, advocacy for LGBTQ people, and supporting dialogue across the religious spectrum.  How did you hear about CWC?

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* 2. The programs below are all trainings which CWC has provided for member congregations.  They can be tailored to one-day workshops, or a series of dialogues, based on the needs of the congregation.  What CWC trainings would you like to see in your congregation?

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* 3. CWC is exploring new ways to create community resources for queer youth who are experiencing homelessness, such as safe sanctuaries at member congregations, &/or a collaborative program to develop homestays.  Is this initiative something your community would want to participate in?

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* 4. Are there other areas of concern for LGBTQ folk that you feel are not being met, that you think CWC should be leading the way on?

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* 5. CWC's board has set a priority, to focus energies 1) in support of our member congregations and 2) growing our presence at the Q Center (where we have our office).  We have launched one Q Center support group on Religious Wounding, thus far.  What kinds of programs would you like to see & participate in, at the Q Center?

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* 6. A couple of years ago we piloted a drop in pastoral care time at the Q Center;  how likely is this something you would utilize?

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* 7. CWC is looking for substantive ways for members and congregations to be more engaged in our community, both here in the Portland Metro area and in our larger region.  Which areas do you see yourself volunteering for?

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* 8. Is there anything else you think we should know?

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* 9. May we contact you to follow up on any of your answers?

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* 10. How likely is it that you would recommend CWC to a friend or colleague?

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