Episcopal Pulse is a collaborative project of the
TryTank Experimental Laboratory and The FaithX Project
The purpose of Episcopal Pulse is to take the pulse of The Episcopal Church on a variety of important issues through regular, 2 minute, 1-2 question micro-surveys of a representative cross-section of leaders (ordained and lay) and members at denominational, diocesan, and congregational levels.
Episcopal Pulse micro-surveys are released to respondents each Tuesday, with respondents are expected to answer the survey question(s) by Friday. The results are then processed in both written and infographic form, and sent to all respondents in newsletter form the following Tuesday, along the the next micro-survey question.
Episcopal Pulse respondents are volunteers, who give of their time and wisdom for the future of the church.
Click here to join our team of Episcopal Pulse volunteer respondents.
Got questions about the Episcopal Pulse experiment? Contact the experiment manager, Ken Howard, at [email protected].