Book Discussion Group: Registration - SP17
Thank you for your interest in joining our online book discussion group! Please complete this short survey to complete your registration.
Please provide your email address and your Google Username so we can get you the information about this group:
Your consistent attendance is important! How many sessions can you commit to attending with us? We will be meeting at 1 PM (EST) on Feb. 14, Feb. 21, Feb. 28, March 7, March 21, April 4, April 11, April 18, and April 25
I've marked my calendar and can attend all 9 sessions.
I've marked my calendar but might miss 1-2 sessions.
I realistically will probably be able to attend fewer than 7 sessions.
How did you hear about this book discussion group? (check all that apply)
LOVEboldly's Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram
A friend told me about it or invited me to join
At another LOVEboldly event
What influenced you to sign up for this group? (check all that apply)
I know the facilitator of the group.
I have a friend who is attending the same book discussion group.
I was interested in this particular book.
I am looking for opportunities to engage dialogues on faith and sexuality.
I have attended other LOVEboldly events and found them helpful/enjoyable.
I am currently: (check all that apply)
A pastor or clergy person
A non-clergy leader in my church or faith community
Not affiliated with a church or faith community
A friend or family member of someone in the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) or same-sex attracted community
A part of the LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) or same-sex attracted community.
The main thing I am hoping to learn about, discuss, or receive from our interactions is:
How would you describe your sexual orientation? (This is an optional question - answer only as you are comfortable!)
Are you transgender or intersex? (This is an optional question - answer only as you are comfortable!)
I would rate my comfort level with discussing faith and sexuality as:
I would rate my experience level with discussing faith and sexuality as:
I would rate the quality of my previous discussions on faith and sexuality as:
My current views on sexuality and faith tend to be:
Side A - God blesses same-sex marriages and romantic relationships
Side B - God calls gay Christians to lifelong celibacy
To be honest, I'm not sure.
I hold these views privately and would rather not share.
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