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Introducing a new way for religious educators to show the world the importance and beauty of their vocation—The Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA's) “Faith Development: Caught in the Act” Photo Contest.
Send us your best photos of faith development in congregations. You’ll be helping to:
All photos submitted on or before May 15, 2014 will be considered entries into the Contest. Please read the full UUA Photo Contest Rules before submitting your photos. By submitting photos, you affirm that you have read and agree to these rules.
From May 15 - 30 2014, contestants, friends, and UUs everywhere can vote in the contest by “favoriting” the photos they like best. Here’s how:
A UUA staff team will tally the votes. The top ten photos will go to a panel of judges (made up of UUA staff and religious educators) to choose the winner. The first-place photo will be published:
Plus the winner will receive:
Once the contest ends, we all benefit from the growing Flickr photo pool. The UUA will have more great images to use to build our faith online—and so will you and your congregation! (The new Permissions Form allows use by all UU organizations.) So the bigger the contest gets, the more useful the Flickr pool becomes.
Look for more contests to come!
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Last updated on Friday, April 18, 2014.
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