Development Committee FUMC Survey
The First United Methodist Church (FUMC) Development Committee was formed by the Leadership Team to identify viable options for the best use of our buildings and to address the long-standing structural financial deficit of the congregation. The Development Committee is seeking input from members, visitors and attendees of FUMC. This is the first step in our journey together to understand what is important to us, and to express our hopes and dreams for the FUMC buildings and gathering spaces and the people we serve today and in the future. This is a journey. We don’t know what the outcome will be. It may be an upgrade to the existing buildings, a complete redevelopment of the half block at 21st and J Street, or a hybrid of multiple concepts. We have a lot of dreaming, listening, praying, and learning to do. Thank you in advance for joining us in this process and sharing your thoughts!
What attracted you to this congregation?
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Can you remember what kinds of things and experiences connected you with this faith community?
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FUMC is involved in a variety of ministries. Please share the ministries you are you drawn to. (List as many as you like)
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What are three things you like about our sanctuary?
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What would you change in the sanctuary to better support your spiritual growth and the work of our ministries?
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What are three things you like about the other FUMC buildings and gathering spaces? (i.e. Chapel, Terrace Room, Compass Kids rooms, apartment, office space, courtyard, parking lot.)
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What would you change in the FUMC buildings and gathering spaces to better support your spiritual growth and the work of our ministries? (i.e. Chapel, Terrace Room, Compass Kids rooms, apartment, office space, courtyard, parking lot.)
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When members of the community view the FUMC buildings from the street for the first time, what impression do you think our curb appeal portrays?
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How can FUMC strengthen its presence in the midtown neighborhood?
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Under what configuration do you imagine the FUMC buildings and gathering spaces most efficiently serving all the needs of the congregation throughout the week, including: spiritual needs, ministry needs, service to the surrounding community, and providing long-term financial sustainability?
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How long have you been part of the FUMC community?
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On average, how often do you engage with FUMC? (in worship, in ministry, etc.)
What is your age?
Is there anything else you would like to share?
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Contact Information
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