GRASP survey, January 2020
Thank you for taking this Survey.

The purpose of it is to help F/friends to explore how much enthusiasm they have for change in our meetings. It is an opportunity to engage with possibilities and issues. This is not for direct outcomes, such as numbers of most popular ideas etc., but as part of preparing for discerning our way forward together.

To answer the questions you will need to look at the "GRASP Interim report and Consultation", which is available here:

http://quakersinyorkshire.org.uk/grasp/

Basic information about why this is important - in Yorkshire and in Britain Yearly Meeting generally - can be found on the same page, in the Working Papers listed at the bottom.

If you would like to send a more detailed response, you can do so through your Area Meeting representative on GRASP. These are:

Brighouse West Yorkshire - Jim Ledwidge
Central Yorkshire - David Bunney
Craven and Keighley - David Olver
Leeds - Tracey Martin
Pickering and Hull - Steve Hallett
Quakers in Yorkshire Trustees - Barbara Windle
Sheffield and Balby - Rosie Roberts
York - Alison Clarke
Your name *
Your answer
Your Area Meeting
Are you content with our sense of the core aspects of Quakerism (section 3 of the report) and the challenges we are currently facing? (If you select "Other", please type your response above the line that appears to the right).
Please add any comments here to explain your response to the previous question
Your answer
From the discussion in section 6 of the report, what would you see as the priorities for your *Local* Meeting for reinvigoration and simplification?
Your answer
From the discussion in section 6, what would you see as the priorities for your *Area* Meeting for reinvigoration and simplification?
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