Centennial UMC Program Satisfaction Survey ~
Name for Tracking Participation
 
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Please enter your name below for Mark Davy & Associates to track members who participated. Responses are kept confidential and will be reported to Centennial UMC's leadership, but not associated by name. 

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Demographics
 
2.

Campus Primarily Attended:

Roseville
St. Anthony Park
Both
3.

Years in the Church:

0-4
5-9
10-14
15-24
25-34
35+
4.
Age:
25 and under
26-35
36-45
46-60
61-70
71+
5.

Gender:

Male
Female
Transgender
Non-binary
Prefer not to Disclose
Mission
 
The mission of Centennial UMC is We invite everyone to seek God in their lives, providing many pathways for creating active, thinking, authentic followers of Jesus who go out to form loving and just communities.
 
6.

Overall, how well does our mission describe Centennial UMC?

 

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7.

How much do you personally connect with Centennial UMC's mission?

 

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Programming
 

How satisfied are you with each of the following Centennial UMC programs over the last three years?:

 
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Inviting/Welcoming Programs (Inviting new people into the church, welcoming visitors, attracting diverse and marginalized populations, visibility outside the church-Pride parade, 4th of July parade, egg drop, Bless the Block)


1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
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Children's Ministry Programs (Faith Walk, Vacation Bible School, Children's sermon, Regular children worship service (Kids2), Summer camps (music and theater), Special programs (Christmas), Bible distribution - 3year-olds and third graders, Library)

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
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Youth Ministry Program (Confirmation, Mission Trip, Middle school ministry, Senior high ministry, Youth participation in worship (communion servers, readers), Outings, Library)

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
  • Comment:

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Adult Education Ministry Programs (Library, Mission Trips, Bible study, Sunday adult class)

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
  • Comment:

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Worship Program (Communion, Music, Audiovisual, Livestreaming, Format, Sermon)

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
  • Comment:

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Church Relating to Society Program (Local examples:Dorothy Day Center, Ronald MacDonald Houseand Habitat for Humanity - National examples: Mission trips-youth and adult, Feed My Starving ChildrenandMethodist Disaster Relief (UMCOR) - International examples: Africa Uplifted, Methodist Disaster Relief (UMCOR), Missionary supportand Ag Grad)

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
  • Comment:

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Food and Fellowship Programs (Coffee hours, Potlucks, Funeral dinners, RARES, Weddings, Wednesday night dinners)

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
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Group Life Programs (Small groups, Senior groups, Women's groups, Men's groups, Recreation)

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
  • Comment:

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Congregational Care Programs (Care team ministries, Befrienders, Response to crises-death, illness, etc.)

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
  • Comment:

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Congregational In House Communication (Online, Printed materials, Bulletin inserts, Congregational Email (informational and special appeals), Social media, Bulletin boards, TV monitors)

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion Not Applicable      
     
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How satisfied are you with availability of information about the above programs?

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction        
       
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19.

Overall, how satisfied are you with Centennial UMC and its programming?

1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction        
       
  • Comment:

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Future Focus
 
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What aspects should Centennial UMC be focusing on most for the future? Please rate the following areas by priority:
 1 - Not a Priority 2 - Low Priority 3 - Medium Priority 4 - High Priority No Opinion 
Attracting more members
Engaging current membership in programs
Providing more opportunities for Christian education
Improving programs to help people in difficult times
Connecting members who have similar life circumstances
Strengthening the process of recruiting strong lay and staff leadership
Improving and expanding youth programming
Improving communication to members
Improving communication to the community
Improving worship
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Aspects of Future Focus Continued...
 1 - Not a Priority 2 - Low Priority 3 - Medium Priority 4 - High Priority No Opinion 
Building awareness regarding programs
Improving hospitality for visitors and members
Providing more opportunities for socializing
Developing, maintaining and growing financial resources
Live streaming worship Service at the Roseville campus
Expanding outreach and service in the community and the world
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Comments or other priorities not mentioned:
 

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Building & Grounds
 
23.
Our aging buildings require ongoing maintenance and upgrades. Should these needs be funded by:
Adding a capital reserve fund to our annual stewardship campaign
A separate capital campaign for specific facility needs
Both
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24.
How satisfied are you with your primary campus facility?
 1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion 
Appearance outside
Appearance inside
Indoor temperature
Outdoor lighting
Indoor lighting
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Satisfaction with your primary campus facility continued...
 1 - Not Satisfied 2 - Low Satisfaction 3 - Medium Satisfaction 4 - High Satisfaction No Opinion 
Sound system
Visual displays
Outside safety
Inside safety
Accessibility
Functional to meet program needs
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26.
If you could change anything about the physical condition of your primary campus facility, what would it be?
 

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Your Membership at Centennial UMC
 
27.
What initially attracted you to Centennial UMC?
 

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28.
What has kept you a member of Centennial UMC?
 

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How well does Centennial UMC invite you to participate in church life?
1 - Not at All 2 - Somewhat 3 - Well 4 - Very Well        
       
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Marketing to the Community
 
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How well does Centennial UMC invite the wider community to participate in church life?
1 - Not at All 2 - Somewhat 3 - Well 4 - Very Well        
       
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Finally...
 
31.

Do you have any additional comments?

 

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32.
Would you be willing to share additional thoughts on these topics in a meeting with a survey committee member? (Linda Barrows, Erma Comstock, Vance Morey or Steve Torgrimson)
Yes
Not at this time