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SAS (Simplified Accountable Structure) and General Questions

In 2018, Wesley Church conducted a series of meetings and surveys as part of a Strategic Planning process. We had a lot of participation and highlighted all the work we did in the community. However, one of the areas of focus that we heard from many members was about our structure.  The Simplified Accountable Structure (SAS) is an accepted United Methodist Church structure and another option to streamline our structure, but with a focus on the administrative ministries – that of Church Council, Finance, SPRC, and Trustees.  Please help us by answering the following questions. Answers are confidential unless you would like to enter your name and email. 

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* 1. How have you heard about SAS

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* 2. The information received about SAS has been clear?

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* 3. The purpose of SAS has been made clear to me.

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* 4. I feel we should adopt the SAS structure?

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* 5. I have the following questions or concerns about SAS?

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* 6. How active of a church members are you currently?

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* 7. I would be involved more with the church

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* 8. On a scale of One to Five, how would you rate the worship service

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* 9. On a scale of One to Five, how would you rate the sermons

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* 10. Do you feel like you have experienced spiritual growth, by the Grace of God since joining this faith community.

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* 11. What three words (or phrases), would you use to describe the personality/culture of our church.

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* 12. In your personal opinion, what is our church's biggest strength and weakness.

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* 13. Circle the one(s) that apply in your opinion.

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* 14. What is your gender?

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* 15. What is your age?

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* 16. Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns?

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* 17. Optional:  What is your name and best contact

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