All Souls Security Committee Initial Survey
Recent events have prompted the All Souls Church Board of Trustees (Board) to establish a Security Committee to advise the Board on a set of security policies that will protect the physical, spiritual and emotional well-being of the congregation and staff.
The Security Committee, made of up representatives of the Board, staff and lay leaders, wants to hear from you. Your input and feedback is critically important to the creation of any such policies. Community building around this topic is essential.
The Security Committee believes all security protocols must be grounded in our theology and in our values. This includes our commitment to building Beloved Community and to the Eight Unitarian Universalist principles that we affirm at All Souls Church. We seek to respond to opportunities and challenges with compassion, love, responsibility and justice.
This survey is just the first of many opportunities to engage with this important work in the next year. Our recommendations will be based on input and research from many sources, and we fully expect that our individual and collective views will evolve through this process. This survey is about gathering information on where we are now and identifying more people who want to be engaged in the work.
All survey responses will be seen only by the Security Committee and kept confidential.
The ASCU Security Committee
What does safety mean to you in the context of All Souls? How do you understand safety?
What is your understanding of how the presence of police impacts different communities differently?
Are you interested in working with the Committee in some way, such as being interviewed or participating in a small group discussion?
Do you have any particular knowledge, skills, or relationships related to security that you can share? No worries if not, just curious!
Are you interested in serving on the Security Committee? If so, please tell us a little about yourself and your identities.
Anything else you’d like to say, or suggest as a resource, for the committee?
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