Cast your vote in nationwide communications survey

Mennonite Church Canada and the new regional churches want to communicate better with their constituencies, in order to keep church members and adherents up-to-date with what God is doing in Canada and beyond. To help them do this, members and adherents from all regions are invited to participate in a communications survey being run by Barefoot Creative, a third-party service that will protect the privacy of respondents and maintain objectivity in the reporting of the findings. The three-part, 27-question survey asks respondents about their church life, faith and life issues, and their communications preferences. Seven of the questions specifically seek input about Canadian Mennonite and its place in a new communications structure, including whether it is “the best place to keep up-to-date with what is happening in Mennonite Church Canada”; whether it is the “best” place “to know more about theological conversations that are current in Mennonite Church Canada”; and whether congregations and regional churches “should support Canadian Mennonite financially, paying for the publication so all people who attend my church can receive it at no cost,” or if it “should be funded by direct subscription. . . .” The survey is available online at mccanada.respondnow.ca; the deadline is Oct. 31, 2018. —By Ross W. Muir

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