This congregational survey is your opportunity to express what you would like to see in our next settled minister and your vision for the future of our congregation.
This survey is open to all members and friends of the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson until September 30th.
(UUCT youth as well as young adults who are connected to UUCT but may not be currently active in the congregation are invited to take the Youth and Young Adult Survey.)
Your participation is essential in the search process. By spending the needed time to complete this survey, you are playing a vital role in charting the future of our beloved community. Please know that your responses are anonymous. Your input will help guide us in our search process. The aggregate survey results will be made available to prospective ministerial candidates and all members and friends of UUCT.
Please read through the survey before you begin to answer the questions. Some questions offer the opportunity for extended responses, and you may want to think about them first, compose your responses in a word processing document, and then copy and paste those responses into the online survey template. Click here for a preview of the survey.
We recommend that you complete this survey in one sitting. Therefore, please allow sufficient time to do so.
This survey is composed of 3 sections:
- About You, Your Beliefs, and Your Values
- Your Perception of and Participation in UUCT Congregational Life
- Your Expectations of our next Settled Minister and Vision for our Congregation
Use the "NEXT" button at the end of each section to proceed to the next section. The "BACK" button will take you back to the previous section.
When you are finished with the survey, you must click the "SUBMIT" button at the end of the 3rd section to submit your completed survey to us. Closing your browser before clicking "SUBMIT" will cause any progress to be lost, and you will need to start the survey again.
Please contact the Search Committee at email@example.com if you have any problems or questions related to this survey.