Congregation Dorshei Tzedek Member Survey about Kiddish & Potlucks 2019
For the last 25 years, our congregation has encouraged members to participate in a number of different activities, which include, but are not limited to, kiddish duty and participating in potlucks for All-Ages Erev Shabbat Services and holiday events. See here for a statement about our values that relate to this tradition: https://dorsheitzedek.org/core-values

The Board would like to better understand how members feel about participating in these activities and which ones, if any, present challenges in or barriers to participation.

Please answer the following questions no later than Wednesday Feb 6, 2019. Toda raba!

1. How long have you been a member of CDT? *
Required
2a. Do you have a child age 5 and under at home? *
2b. Do you have a child aged 6-14 at home? *
3. What do you like *most* about our tradition of members bringing food to share for Shabbat kiddish or potlucks at CDT for All Ages Erev Shabbat Services or holidays? Choose up to 3 reasons, and/or enter your own. *
Required
4. What do you like *least* about our tradition of members bringing food to share for Shabbat kiddish or potlucks at CDT for All Ages Erev Shabbat Services or holidays? Choose up to 3 reasons, and/or enter your own. *
Required
5. On a scale of 1-5, how difficult is it for you/your family to bring food for 10-15 people on All Ages Erev Shabbat Service Potluck? If you don't do this, please skip this question.
Not difficult at all
Very difficult
If you entered "4" or "5" for question 5, why? Check all that apply or add a reason.
6. On a scale of 1-5, how difficult is it for you to bring food for 10-15 people for a holiday potluck at CDT (like Purim or Chanukah)? If you don't do this, please skip this question.
Not difficult at all
Very difficult
If you entered "4" or "5" for question 6, why? Check all that apply or add a reason.
7. On a scale of 1-5, how difficult is it for you to commit to your Kiddish duty assignment in advance?
Not difficult at all
Very difficult
If you entered "4" or "5" for question 7, why? Check all that apply or add a reason.
8. We have two questions about kiddish duty. This is the first. On a scale of 1-5, how difficult is it for you to bring/ prepare food or drinks when you are on Kiddish duty?
Not difficult at all
Very difficult
If you entered "4" or "5" for question 8, why? Check all that apply or add a reason.
9. This is the second question about kiddish duty. On a scale of 1-5, how difficult is it for you/your family to set up or clean up when you are on Kiddish duty?
Not difficult at all
Very difficult
If you entered "4" or "5" for question 7, why? Check all that apply or add a reason.
10. On a scale of 1-5, indicate how much you agree with the following statement: My concerns about bringing food for 10-15 people on All-Ages Erev Shabbat Service / Potluck tends to affect whether I will come to CDT that evening. *
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
11. On a scale of 1-5, indicate how much you agree with the following statement: My concerns about bringing food for 10-15 people for a holiday potluck (like Purim or Chanukah) tend to affect whether I will come to CDT that evening. *
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
12. On a scale of 1-5, indicate how much you agree with the following statement: I believe CDT should change the requirements of kiddish duty. *
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
13. On a scale of 1-5, indicate how much you agree with the following statement: I believe CDT should change the requirements of bringing food to potlucks at CDT. *
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
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