Your Story with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington
Through this short survey, we would like to learn about your story with the UU Church of Bloomington; what brought you here, what is meaningful to you here, and how you connect with this community.
How many years have you attended church services at UUCB?
What brought you to the UU Church of Bloomington, when you first started attending? (check all that apply)
Attended a UU church elsewhere, before moving to Bloomington
Children's Religious Education Classes
Seeking a community
Heard about our social justice work and wanted to be part of it
Seeing UUCB in the community
Seeking increased spirituality
Web search for a religious community
Friend(s) attended/attends here
Attended a wedding at the church
Attended a funeral at the church
Is there one experience at the church that has been especially meaningful and positive for you? If so, please write just a sentence or two about that experience.
Would you be comfortable telling others, or the church telling others, about your especially meaningful experience?
What forms of communication connect you to this church? How do you learn about current and upcoming events? (check all that apply)
The Prologue newsletter
The Friday Update
Emails from groups such as social justice task forces
Emails from the Children's Religious Education Program
Signs in the church hallways
Information in the Sunday Order of Service
Word of mouth
The website (
How comfortable are you with telling people outside of our UU community about this church?
Not comfortable talking about UUCB
Extremely comfortable talking about UUCB
What church related groups and/or activities do you feel are most important in connecting you to the UUCB community? (select up to three)
Annual Activities, such as the Bazaar, Auction, and 4th of July Parade
Singing in Choir
Serving on committees
Friends at church
Lunch with UU staff and ministers at my retirement community
Parent Talk (for parents of adult children)
Spiritual Practice Groups (Zen, Taiji, etc)
Teaching Children's Religious Education classes
Videos of Sunday Services (livestream)
Volunteering on Sunday mornings (Java Crew, Worship Associates, Greeters, Welcomers, Ushers, Coffee Hour Hosts)
Volunteering with Social Justice Task Forces
A writing group, such as "Life Stories"
Your ability to volunteer and attend church activities is dependent on many aspects of your life. On average, how many hours a week are you involved in church activities? (not including attending Sunday service)
Do any of the following barriers inhibit you from being connected to the church? (check all that apply)
Mobility Issues, such as difficulty walking
Other physical barrier
Other mental health barrier
Is there any additional information about barriers to connecting to the church that you can share with us?
What about your church experience at UUCB do you feel is the most important to you? (select up to three)
Support from members of the church community
Participating in social justice work with UUCB
Adult Religious Education
Children's Religious Education
Serving on church committees
Singing in choir
Volunteering at church
Are there new groups and/or activities you feel would be meaningful to have at UUCB in the future?
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