Sunday, October 01, 2006

Survey on UU Attitudes to Military and Police issues

I would like to ask my fellow Military Affiliated UU's to please pass this email along within your UU contacts and congregations. Rev. Presley and I have been in contact over the summer on this, and I have already participated. I would ask you to take some time and do the same. The information collected will not only be helpful to her in her doctoral work, but also could be very valuable to us in understanding our own place in Unitarian Universalism as Military affiliated UU's.

Here is Rev. Presley's email.


Dear Friends,

I am working toward my Doctor of Ministry degree at
Meadville/Lombard Theological School, and I’d like your help. As part of my
final project, I am attempting to understand UU attitudes toward military and
police chaplaincy, as well as toward the military and police in general. Toward
that end, I have created an on-line survey that I would both love you to
complete, and then to forward the link on to others in your congregation(s). I
want to get broad participation, so feel free to forward this email to other UUs
you know. And please, personally answer the survey only once—I want this to be
as accurate as possible.

The link for the survey is: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=709832521237. If you do
not immediately get sent to the survey, you may need to copy the address and
paste it into your Internet browser.

Thanks so much, and please
feel free to contact me if you have any questions.

Lisa
Presley
Doctor of Ministry Candidate
Meadville/Lombard Theological
School
presleylisa@earthlink.net

2 comments:

Greg said...

An interesting survey. I recommend "cutting and pasting" the URL from the start - I used the hyperlink and was prompted for a M-L network username and password.

I never thought about the "UU attitude" toward police officers. I'll be interested to see the results.

Marilyn said...

Well, there are two police officers members of a church near us and they're quite well received. I think it's different when you take the opportunity to know people for themselves.