Transition to Multi-platform Operations
As we move towards fall, we are very excited to be making plans to be coming back together through multi-platform operations. Multi-platform means that we are hoping to give families and individuals the option to attend worship services and meetings either in-person or online via Zoom. Note: masks and distancing will be required for those attending in-person events.

This process will require a lot of work over the summer and additional volunteer help in the fall to allow for online engagement during in-person worship and meetings. We want to make sure that "if we build it, they will come". Can you please take a few minutes to complete this survey and in the future attend one of the upcoming Multi-platform Listening meetings?

If you have any questions, send us an email at

NOTE: Your survey responses will be kept confidential and only be accessible by the Multi-platform committee. We will be creating an aggregated report for the church community (individual survey results are combined together and presented as a group). Your submitted comments may be included verbatim in the final report, but they will not be listed with your name.
You name *
Your email address or phone number *
Just in case we need to follow up with you on one of your survey answers.
Whether thinking about how First UU Church meets our current challenges, or about your own personal situation, what support do you need from our church community at this time? *
What do you miss the most about in-person gatherings in the sanctuary for worship or other church functions? Please limit your answer to 2 choices.
Starting on July 1st, would you be willing to attend small group and committees in-person meetings in the church? *
On May 31, Governor Tom Wolf lifted all COVID mitigation orders except for the away from home masking order. Which best describes your attitude toward returning to a worship service at church? *
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