Interfaith Survey

Mark M. McCormack, M.T.S., M.S., Ph.D. Program in Community Research & Action, Department of Human & Organizational Development, Peabody College | Vanderbilt University, has created a survey which can be accessed here.

The purpose of this survey is to learn more about interreligious organizations and the people who participate in them. This survey asks questions about the types of activities these organizations are engaging in, how successfully these activities are being carried out, and where the challenges and promising practices of interreligious work appear to be. It also asks questions about the people who are participating in these organizations, the ways in which they participate, and the personal experiences they have as they participate. Ultimately, it is our hope that the results from this survey will uncover important trends in interreligious organizational work that will help to inform and enrich future efforts in these organizations.

Please consider participating in the survey, as results will be shared with NAIN and could be quite helpful.

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