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The question has been asked, “How are we to live wisely as Christians within the pressures and complexities of contemporary culture?” (Michael Paul Gallagher)
What is ME25 Gallup Survey?
For more than 70 years, the Gallup organization has been developing instruments that measure the “unmeasurable”. Gallup has created tools that accurately measure the soft numbers for many organizations – including things such as customer and employee engagement and other former intangibles – that have been key to business success.
Over a decade ago, Gallup confronted the challenge of measuring another unmeasurable – spiritual engagement. Through extensive research on the subject, Gallup has designed an instrument – the Member Engagement Survey (ME25) – that measures the spiritual health of parishes. The ME25 gets to the heart of a parish’s engagement and spiritual commitment to give us all an indication of our spiritual health, and this will in turn continue to inform how our on-going plans will best meet our needs and help us fulfill our Mission.
Why are we doing this?
As we continue to implement our parish mission to love God, love others, and make disciples, which is to not only reach everyone in the parish, but also to be reflective of every person in the parish, it is time again to collect information from the whole congregation: information that shares about who we are as a faith community, our engagement as parishioners, our spiritual commitment and other outcomes.
Holy Family participated in the Gallup ME25 survey in 2016, and we will be undertaking this valuable survey again to measure our progress, successes, and areas of need.
Please plan to participate in this simple and quick process, so that we may have as much parishioner input as possible. Our goal is to have responses from 1000 parishioners! We are asking who the faith community of Holy Family is, and how we live our faith in our modern world, and we really want to know!
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