Salem Covenant Church Survey
The purpose of this survey is to gather information from Salem worship participants regarding their feelings about re-engaging in physical gatherings in our church building as government restrictions and guidelines are adjusted in the weeks and months ahead.
As government restrictions and guidelines regarding public gatherings, particularly for churches, are loosened which of the following best describes your attitude toward being physically present in a worship service in our building? Select one:
I will return at the first opportunity.
I will return at the first opportunity but with some concerns and precautions.
I will wait at least several additional weeks before I attend.
It may be quite a while before I return.
In addition to restrictions and guidelines regarding public gatherings being loosened, are there other signals you want to see before you attend a worship service in our church building? Select all that apply:
Local businesses and restaurant seating areas are open again.
Schools are open again.
The number of COVID19 cases near me is very small.
Most physical distancing recommendations have been lifted.
As restrictions and guidelines regarding public gatherings are loosened, which of the following would you prefer:
Resume in-person worship services in our church building immediately.
Meet in small groups in homes before resuming in-person worship services at Salem.
What precautions, if any, do you plan to take when you do attend an in-person worship service at Salem? Select all that apply:
I will wear a face mask.
I will stand and sit in places where I will be at least 6 feet from others (except family).
I will avoid shaking hands.
I will avoid any physical contact.
I will avoid crowded hallways.
I will bring hand sanitizer.
None of these
What precautions, if any, do you expect Salem to take for in-person worship gatherings? Select all that apply:
Limit handouts of any kind (Bulletins, Connection Cards).
Distribute communion elements in a new way.
Collect tithes and offerings in a new way.
Encourage physical distancing as we worship.
Prop doors open so people do not need to touch door handles.
Set up one-way foot traffic entering and exiting worship spaces and the building.
Discourage shaking hands.
Discourage singing (given that singing increases how deeply we breathe in and the force with which we breathe out, thereby increasing the potential of spreading the virus).
Allow a longer period for people to exit and enter the building between activities.
None of these
Which of the following describes the attendance level at which you would be comfortable attending an in-person worship service? I would be comfortable if the room is:
Filled to capacity.
Half filled (most people have empty seats either beside or in front of them).
One quarter filled (most people have empty seats beside and in front of them).
None of these
Would you be willing to attend an in-person worship service at a different time than you typically attend to allow people to spread out further in our worship services?
If you have a child or youth in your home, would you allow your child or youth to attend their typical Salem activities (Sunday school, AWANA, Youth Group, Confirmation)?
Not right away.
Would depend on the size of the group.
If you have children, what are their ages
If you answered yes to question 8, what precautions, if any, do you expect Salem to take in children’s and student ministry when they resume in-person activities? Select all that apply:
Reduce the number of people in each room or move to a larger room.
Seat children in ways that minimize the likelihood of physical contact with each other.
Require teachers/leaders to wear face masks.
Encourage children/youth (over the age of 2) to wear face masks.
Require teachers/leaders to wear gloves.
Ask participants to use hand sanitizer before entering the activity.
Plan activities in which participants can maintain physical distance from each other.
None of these
What is your age?
Less than 18
I prefer not to answer.
Thank you for providing your feedback on these questions.
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