Workshop proposals for the 2012 District Assembly in Anchorage are being accepted through December 2. UPDATE 12/3/11: We have room to consider a few more proposals. Submit now

The Alaska Unitarian Universalist Fellowships (Anchorage, Fairbanks and Juneau) seek UUs interested in sharing their insight and expertise through educational workshops offered at this annual gathering.

The 2012 District Assembly will provide a forum to celebrate PNWD’s 50th anniversary.  In 1961, Unitarian and Universalist faiths consolidated and the following year, the Pacific Northwest District (PNWD) evolved into a new organization. We’ll look back at the spark that kindled the UUA, and explore progress and milestones spanning five decades. With a nod to the flaming chalice as the official UU symbol, we will also look to the future as we Carry the Flame to promote UU principles to a world clearly in need of more justice, equity, liberty, compassion, tolerance, respect, peace and spiritual growth.

Details for submitting a workshop proposal can be found on the PNWD website. For more information, contact PNWD Training Coordinator, Lori Ragona at or 206-299-4747.

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