This groundbreaking project is designed to solicit input from Unitarian Universalists (UUs) (whether or not they are part of a congregation) historically marginalized by ability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, race, and/or ethnicity about their unique experiences and ministry needs within Unitarian Universalism.
If you identify as –
· Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or otherwise have a sexual orientation or gender identity/expression that doesn’t conform to cultural norms
· A person of color, a multiracial/multiethnic person, and/or someone with racial/ethnic/cultural heritages are marginalized today
· A person whose visual, hearing, mobility, psychiatric, intellectual, and/or other physical abilities (including chemical sensitivity and food allergies) make it difficult to participate fully in mainstream spaces
And are a Unitarian Universalist or have a current or former affiliation with Unitarian Universalism, the Unitarian Universalist Association Multicultural Ministries staff invites you to participate in a Listening Project survey to help us learn about you, about how you’ve been impacted by marginalization in the larger world and within Unitarian Universalism, and about how Unitarian Universalism can best minister to you and your family in the 21st century.
This comprehensive online survey takes from 20 minutes to one hour to complete, so please allow time to answer the questions as thoroughly as you can. Your input is invaluable to the future of Unitarian Universalism.
The Listening Project Survey opens July 15, 2013 and runs through October 31, 2013
Take the survey here.Learn more about the Multicultural Ministries 2013 Sharing Project on uua.orghere.
If you know of someone who would be interested in taking this survey but, for whatever reason, is unable to use a doesn’t have access to or computer, please email firstname.lastname@example.org that person’s name and contact information (or the contact information of a third person), and special needs. We’ll make every effort to find alternative ways for this person to participate in the project.
We look forward to hearing from you!