Keeping in touch

Dear friends,

I do hope you are keeping well and staying at home as much as possible.

Our main priority now as a church is to get in touch with all our people to find out how best to stay in touch over the next few weeks. We have, as you know, already started on this (when we asked about your supportive groups etc) and I’m working with Gill to make sure we accelerate the process. In order to help with this it would be great if you would take a couple of minutes just to let us know the answers to six simple questions:

  1. Do you actually want us to keep in touch? [we’re aware not everyone does, and we hope you’ll understand our trying. If you say no to this question we won’t bother you further]
  2. Do you use any of these methods of communication?

    Please answer for each question a) to e) with a number 0 to 3, meaning: 0 (no and I don’t want to); 1 (no but I’ll try if it helps and there is technical support available); 2 (yes a bit); 3 (yes a lot)

      Things that you can access just with a phone

    1. phone
    2. zoom

      Things that you can access only if you are connected to the internet

    3. email
    4. facebook
    5. skype
    6. WhatsApp (you need an internet-connected smartphone for this)
  3. Would you be happy to get in touch with other people for a chat on a regular basis?
  4. Do you need any technical help?
  5. Can you offer any technical help? If so please say whether you can help with Linux, Android, Windows or Apple issues.
  6. If you haven’t already told us, could you please let us know of any mutually supportive church groups to which you belong.

Thank you so much for taking the time to answer these questions. We’ll be back in touch once we have the answers back from most people.

In the mean time, may the Lord bless you and keep you.

Best wishes, Peter

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