Phasing Forward Survey

The Church Council is surveying our members and friends about their thoughts and comfort level with Phasing Forward to a possible re-opening of the sanctuary for Sunday worship. 

Thank you for taking the time to provide your input.  Approximate length of time to complete the survey:  5 minutes.
If more than one worshiper lives in the same household, PLEASE take the survey separately.

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* 1. Your name:

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* 2. It has been over five months since we were last together for worship in the sanctuary.

What are you feeling the most about the sudden and extended loss? Choose all that apply.

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* 3. The risk for severe illness increases with age with older adults at the highest risk. At any age, underlying medical conditions such as cancer, kidney disease, COPD, weakened immune system, obesity, heart conditions, sickle cell disease, Type 2 diabetes also put you at increased risk. Several other medical conditions may increase your risk of severe illness.

See the link below for details.
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/need-extra-precautions/people-at-increased-risk.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fcoronavirus%2F2019-ncov%2Fneed-extra-precautions%2Fpeople-at-higher-risk.html

Do you or others in your household fall into one or more high risk categories for severe illness as defined by the CDC?

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* 4. For fully In-Person Sunday Worship to take place, safety protocols including the following would be in place: All attendees will have their temperature taken with an infrared thermometer before entering through a common door. They will be encouraged to bring their own worship bulletin sent via email. All persons must wear appropriate face masks and will be seated in designated seats in marked pews with at least 6-feet of physical distancing between those not from the same household. The names and contact information of attendees as well as where they sat will be recorded to adhere to tracing protocols. Directional walking will be marked on the carpet. Hymnals and Bibles will be removed. There will be no Communion and no choir or congregational singing and no passing the peace or other direct contact between persons at any time while inside the building. A plexiglass shield will be connected to the pulpit. Attendees must take their bulletin home to minimize post-worship clean up. There will be no coffee hour.

Given that these and likely additional protocols will be in place whenever the council determines to reintroduce in-person worship, will you attend under these safety protocols?

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* 5. Based on the current trends of the virus, the daily updates from the CDC and the current data in MA, do you believe it is safe to return to in-person Sunday worship this fall?

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* 6. Have you attended our Zoom worship?

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* 7. Tell us about your Zoom Worship experience. Choose all that apply.

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* 8. How might our Zoom worship be improved?

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* 9. What is your level of interest in alternative ways to gather as a community of faith?

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* 10. Would you be interested in a Zoom option for attending worship even when in-person worship has been reinstated?

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