Disciple Maker Index Survey
Updated: Feb 28
Bishop Boyea has asked all parishes in the Lansing Diocese to participate in the Disciple Making Index Survey.
This is a parish-wide survey that asks questions about your personal spiritual growth and what nourishes that growth in our parish. The survey is strictly confidential; your individual responses will not be seen by me or any staff member. The only report that we will see is a composite of the entire community and this report will be sent to us by the Catholic Leadership Institute.
The survey will help us understand where we need to direct our energy and financial resources to better serve your needs.
The survey will take 10 to 15 minutes. The Survey begins today and ends March 27. It is open to any parishioner age 18 or older and all are encouraged to participate.
You can take the survey directly online. You do not need a log in to access the survey. Here is the online link: https://portal.catholicleaders.org/d/gkpbt4
You can copy and paste the link directly into your computer search engine to access the survey.
For those who are more familiar with QR codes, you can link directly to the survey online through the code listed above using your smart phone.
If your need help to access or complete the survey on line, please feel free to call the parish office and the secretary will help you
If you do not have a computer or smart phone, paper surveys are available in the gathering space. The completed paper surveys can be dropped off at the parish office or you can place them directly into one of the collection boxes at the entrances to the Church.
Your participation in this survey is important. I know we are often asked to complete surveys and it takes time to fill one out. But I would appreciate your help in this project to get a true representation of the parish needs. Since the survey is taking place during Lent, it might be a good opportunity to help you reflect on your own relationship to God and how the parish can help in your faith journey.
If you feel you would like to make a comment about the survey, suggest a program you would like to see, or have an issue we need to address, please feel free to write your comment on a separate sheet of paper and drop it anonymously into one of the collection boxes.
Thank you in advance for your help in this endeavor.
Sincerely in Christ,