Learn how to support your congregation’s financial goals with stewarship programs which are mission centered, heart based, and spiritually deepening. This highly interactive workshop is designed for leaders who want a theologically based ministry of money for their congregation. The Rev. Cecilia Kingman has been a stewardship educator and consultant
As bullying, homelessness, and suicide rates for transgender, queer, gay, lesbian, and bisexual youth skyrocket, support from liberal religious communities can be the difference between life and death. This webinar will bring together a panel of leaders from UU congregations making a difference for queer and trans youth—from sponsoring regular
Relationships among individuals in any group are complex because of differences in social location, organizational role, personal charisma and inner strength. Beloved Community does not assume we obliterate these differences but that we act with awareness of how power in its many forms builds or destroys authenticity, connection and inclusion. “Navigating
At “Justice GA” last summer, congregational delegates selected Reproductive Justice as the UUA’s current four-year Congregational Study-Action Issue. Now, a six-week Reproductive Justice Curriculum has been released to support your educational process. Rooting UUs in our religious history and theological callings, the curriculum outlines the distinctions between reproductive “health,” “rights,” and “justice”; opens awareness
The Rev. Dan Hotchkiss, a UU minister and a senior consultant for the Alban Institute, a national religious consulting organization, talks about church fundraising myths in the “Alban Weekly,” a free email notice that highlights various topics in congregational life. The weekly article begins, Why do people give to congregations?