2021 Gathering Workshop Evaluation
If you attended more than one workshop, please fill out a separate evaluation form for each workshop you attended.
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100 - 200 Years of Quaker Engagement with China
101 - Climate Change Journey: Awakening to Hope
102 - Discerning & Documenting a Conscientious Objector Claim
103 - Friends, Justice and the Law
104 - Paul's Letter to the Galatians
201 - All Together Now: Centering the Needs of Families
204 - Challenging Ethnic and Racial Divisions*
205 - Clerking with Joy and Confidence
206 - Daily Extended Meeting for Worship
207 - Decolonizing Our Future: A look into colonialism and the road to liberation
208 - Deepening the Conversation and Building Community
209 - Early Christianity
210 - Eating with Christ: Thoughtful Bites
211 - Enlarging the "We": Living into a Testimony of Equality
212 - Gathering In The Light - A Writing Workshop About Joy
214 - Life Lessons from a Bad Quaker: Bad at Being Good?
215 - Listening Meetings and Organizations into Wholeness
216 - Living into a New Paradigm for Earth: Reciprocity
217 - Muscle-Building; A Peace and Justice Workout
218 - Nontheism Among Friends
219 - Nurtured by Stories About Meeting for Worship
220 - Opening Quaker Testimony to the Spirit
221 - Practical Spirit-led Discernment in Daily Life
222 - Quakerism 101: An Introduction
223 - Quakers Seeking Right Relationship with Indigenous Peoples
224 - Quakers, Blacks and Abolition - Reflecting and Visioning
225 - Tai Chi, Lao Tsu, and Quaker Worship
226 - The Mysticism and Activism of Howard Thurman
227 - The Power of Enough
228 - Theological Diversity among Friends
229 - Threads of Spirit
230 - Where the Words Come From
231 - White on White: Color-Brave Conversations*
232 - Yoga and Movement for Worship
233 - Handwork as Spiritual Practice: Ministry, Magic and Prayer
234 - Restoryation and The Power of Stories
235 - Way Will Open in the Studio
237 - Accompaniment for Following God's Call
239 - Reducing Energy Use on our Properties
240 - White on White Racial Justice Facilitator Training
241 - Workshop Sampler
300 - A Day with Thomas Kelly
301 - Class & Status in OUR Egalitarian Religious Society?!
302 - Discovering the Divine Flow in Our Lives
303 - Discovering, Developing, and Acknowledging our Spiritual Gifts
304 - Embodying Quaker Spiritual Wisdom Through Chant
305 - Growing a Monthly Meeting
306 - Movement To Be Better Men: A spiritual invitation to step up
307 - Couple Enrichment: A Spiritual Practice
My age group:
age 61 or over
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Check the number that corresponds with your experience with 1 being "not at all" and 5 being "totally".
How satisfied are you with your workshop experience this year?
(If you did not experience satisfaction with your workshop - a score of 3 or lower - please tell us why below)
Was the leader prepared prepared each day?
Was the leader knowledgeable about their workshop content?
as the leader appropriately flexible?
Did the leader interact well with the group?
The length of each session was just right.
Did the leader's use of technology help you have a positive experience?
Would you sign up for another online workshop with this leader?
This workshop content was well-suited to an online format
My Saturday or Sunday one-day workshop worked well and should be repeated.
Did the workshop climate feel safe for you to share personally?
(If you did not experience the climate as safe, please tell us about your experience below)
Details on your answers above
What will you take home from this workshop (new skill, knowledge, or understanding)?
Were there ways that the workshop troubled you or did not meet your expectations that you have not already named? Please describe
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In general, what types of workshops are attractive to you? Check the number which best reflects your interest with 1 being "not at all" and 5 being "highly".
Enriching/deepening our meetings
Quaker history/early Friends
Other faith traditions
Do you know any good Quaker workshop leaders (including yourself) or have specific topics of interest for future Gathering workshops?
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Potential leader's email address
City/State of Residence
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Email or phone #
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