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Century 3 Missions and Justice Survey

Century 3
Spring 2023

The Missions and Justice team at Manchester UMC

is asking you to complete the following short survey. The purpose is to gain insight into the engagement of Manchester UMC members in mission and justice programming of the church.  Insights gained from this survey will assist the Missions & Justice team to improve awareness, interest, and engagement in the work of missions and justice.

As used in this survey, Missions generally refers to programs or services designed to respond to the spiritual, physical or educational needs of members of this congregation or those in the broader community who relate to Manchester UMC.  Social Justice generally refers to programs or services this church provides to educate and empower individuals to identify and dismantle beliefs or assumptions that marginalize individuals or groups of people.

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