The faith community provides an amazing array of human services to the wider community. We have a unique opportunity to begin to learn about the services provided and to measure the collective impact that the faith sector has in meeting the needs of people in our midst.
The Church Council of Greater Seattle and Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry are partnering with All Home to conduct a survey of faith communities in King County to:
- document the range and impact of congregation-based human services and advocacy
- identify and summarize barriers to service provision and advocacy, as well as opportunities for expansion, partnership, the supports needed to better serve the community and,
- begin to describe the perceptions held by faith leaders about the role of their communities in addressing social justice and human suffering.
Faith leaders, individuals serving on staff at faith communities, and lay people who are well-informed about the services and community resources provided by their faith community/congregation are encouraged to complete this survey. Estimated time for completion is 20 minutes. Learn more and take the survey.
Thank you for the services you provide. They are critical in making the continuum of care meaningful and effective. Your participation in this survey will truly make a difference!