Note 1. Seven possible prohibitions: homosexual behavior; unmarried adults living together; drinking alcohol; gambling; prohibitions against members smoking; how much money people give to the congregation; and what people eat (listed here in order from most often prohibited to least often prohibited).
Note 2. 15 possible outreach activities: encouraged people to invite others, established or maintained a website; letters sent to visitors, mailing flyers or newsletters, neighborhood activity, newspaper/magazine ads, worship or public event to bring people in, telephoning visitors, telephone book ads, visiting visitors, recruitment committee, contact people new to the area, email visitors, radio/TV ads, community survey (listed here in order from most common to least common overall).
Note 3. 25 possible community services: emergency relief, counseling/support groups, other social/recreational activities, transportation to bring people to worship, other youth programs, arts/music activities, other senior programs (not housing), health-related programs, other welfare/service activities, hobby and craft groups, political/justice work, sports, abuse/recovery programs, voter registration or education, prison ministry, housing for others (not seniors), programs for college students, care for people with disabilities, community organizing, financial literacy, immigrant support services, animal welfare or environmental activities, HIV/AIDS services, housing for seniors, activities for the unemployed (listed here in order from most common to least common overall).