LICC (The London Institute for Contemporary Christianity) are conducting research into what is happening in the everyday lives of Christians in the UK.
They are exploring the main places where Christians spend their time, how they are living out their faith in those places, and the things people do to grow as disciples (spiritual disciplines/practices). And they have invited us, as a church community, to take part in this research.
It would be great for us to do this, as we’ll get to see the overall results for our church. This will enable us to celebrate some of the ways God is at work among us, and also help us to identify areas in which God might be calling us to grow. LICC will be handling all of the analysis, so nobody from this church will be seeing your individual response forms – everyone’s results from this church will be mixed together.
To get the best picture possible of what’s happening, it would be great if as many of you as possible could fill this out. Please answer it as openly and honestly as you can. It will take about 10-15 minutes. The survey closes at the end of November.
To complete the survey, click here.
If you have any problems at all with the survey, or if you want to ask any questions, contact Joe at firstname.lastname@example.org. …