Live webinars are a amazingly simple way to meet with other UUs across our Pacific Western Region in the spirit of learning. This month there are three webinars to choose from for you to participate in individually, or with a group from your congregation. Also take a look at PWR Webinar Offerings for December.

Beloved Community Series: with Rev. Deborah Holder & Meck Groot 7-8:30 pm Pacific Time
For Ministers, Boards, Religious Educators, Congregational Leaders & Members
Tuesday, Nov 13: Beloved Community Practices
As religious/spiritual people, we are called to engage in social transformation in ways that do not perpetuate the unhealthy dynamics of dominant activist culture. This webinar will explore attitudes and practices that draw out what is best in ourselves and others.

Good News in Youth Ministry: with Jennica Davis and Dana Regan 6:30-7:30 pm Pacific Time
(Please note the new time. We are hoping to better accommodate those in Mountain time.)
For Youth Advisors & Religious Educators
Wednesday, November 14: Youth/Adult Partnerships
This webinar will look at reinventing “empowerment” to mean that youth and adults are traveling on a spiritual journey together. Spiritual partnerships depend on healthy boundaries, clear expectations and a shared vision.

Continuing the Welcoming Congregation Journey Series with Alex Kapitan 7-8:15 pm Pacific Time
For All Members, Friends, Leadership & Welcoming Congregation Committee
Tuesday, Nov 27: Transgender Identity and Inclusion
This interactive, informative webinar will offer a crash course in transgender identity and provide practical and concrete ways that you and your congregation can be more mindful and supportive of people of all identities and ways of expressing gender. Bring your questions and your curiosity and prepare to leave behind everything you thought you knew about gender!

Online registration is $15 per connection. You are encouraged to participate in a webinar with your congregational team by sharing just one paid registration connection. You may do this via a large computer, tv screen, or a projected screen. The audio is via the phone so a  conference call phone works well for groups. For questions, email the Pacific Western Region Training Coordinator Lori Ragona at

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