ArtsPlymouth Survey - Living Into God's Future
20 Years Later - What's Next?

History:

Since 1998, the Music Ministry of Plymouth has expanded to include the Plymouth Folk Revival, an Organ Scholar program, more participation by children/youth and instrumentalists, and more diverse music. It has also obtained additional handbells, purchased a new hymnal, renovated the sanctuary chancel area and organ, produced a CD recording, and refurbished two Steinway pianos. ArtsPlymouth was begun in 1996 to present arts events for the spiritual enrichment of the congregation of Plymouth Church and the community it serves. It has offered an array of programs including PipeScreams, Sunday Sings, and Candlelight Carols, in addition to facilitating Labyrinth Walks. It has also commissioned a baptismal font and music for Plymouth's centennial and offers a yearly arts scholarship for youth. Recently, it has partnered with four outside music groups to offer concerts at Plymouth (4,000 - 5,000 attend annually).

Now, 20 years later, we would like your feedback about what we currently do and what we should do as we look to the future. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey below. As we listen for God's voice, your feedback will play an integral part in our discernment process.

Music at Plymouth
Please answer the following questions about the music program at Plymouth Church
How important to you is the music program at Plymouth?
How would you rate the music program at Plymouth?
If you could make one (1) change in the present music program to make it more effective, what would it be?
Your answer
Five types of music used in Plymouth worship are listed below: using a scale of 1 through 5 (where "1" indicates not at all important and "5" indicates very important) rate the importance of each type of music to you. Please select only one choice per row.
1 - Not at all important
2 - Not very important
3 - Somewhat important
4 - Important
5 - Very important
Gathering music
Hymns during the service
Anthems by the choir and/or soloists during service
Instrumental music during the service
Departing music
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