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The Association of Unitarian Universalist Administrators is a continental network of people working as paid administrators in local UU congregations, district offices, or UU affiliated organizations and who have primary or supervisory responsibility in one or more of the following areas: Finances and/or Fund Raising, Facility Management, Personnel Management, Food Service Management, Office Management, or Computer Systems Management.
The purpose of the AUUA is to provide training and support for members; to be a clearinghouse for church administrative information; to improve recognition of church administration as a profession.
The AUUA has a certification program for Church Administrators.
Ladice Fabat, Director
Bethany Union is a women's dormitory located in Boston's Back Bay. Its goal is to maintain a home-away-from-home atmosphere at a reasonable price. It offers lodging and 10 meals a week, all supervised by staff and a resident director. For further information, contact the director.
2903 Jefferson Ave
The Channing-Murray Foundation provides a liberal religious center for the campus community of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Its mission is to provide educational opportunities to explore Unitarian Universalist spirituality, reflect our concern for social justice, encourage free expression through the arts, and affirm diversity through outreach to the campus and to the community at large.
Channing-Murray offers regular programs, including informal, participatory Sunday services, a student Unitarian-Universalist Young Adult group (UUYAG), a women's spirituality circle, a meditation circle, social justice forums, classes on spiritual and social concerns; an annual Tagore Festival, poetry, fiction, and art classes, an Open Stage coffeehouse operated by the UUYAG, and frequent performances by student theater and improvisational comedy groups. Over the lunch hour we are also the home of the Red Herring Vegetarian Restaurant. Channing-Murray Foundation is housed in the former Unitarian Church of Urbana and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Staff and Officers: Claire Szoke, director; Jason Pitzl-Waters, office manager; Durl Kruse, president of the Governing Board; Ann Donovan, secretary; Ron Szoke, treasurer.
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5701 S. Woodlawn Ave
Contact: Neil Gerdes, Secretary, Treasurer
Collegium, an association for liberal religious studies, is a primarily Unitarian Universalist independent association established to encourage collaboration among scholarly members of our clergy and laity who share similar interests; to promote significant theological reflections within and about the Unitarian Universalist movement and other liberal religious movements; to disseminate resources, research, and findings which bear upon the problem of how liberal religion is to address the contemporary situation; and to sustain our heritage of the learned ministry.
Collegium holds an annual conference in October or November of each year. The 2010 conference, held this year in conjunction with CONVO (partners in UU history and heritage), featured Catherine Keller, Professor of Constructive Theology at Drew Theological School as its Distinguished Guest. Many of the papers presented are available on line at UUCollegium.org (click on "Resources," then "Research Papers").
New officers of Collegium, and their contact information:
Dan McKanan, President: email@example.com
Jane Rosecrans, Program Chair and Immediate Past President: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arliss Ungar, Vice President: email@example.com
Neil Gerdes, Secretary Treasurer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Kellaway, Web Site Officer: email@example.com
Collegium actively encourages clergy, laity, seminarians, archivists, researchers, writers, and scholars whose interests are relevant to the tradition of liberal religious studies to become members of Collegium by sending their $30 dues to Neil Gerdes, Meadville Lombard Theological School, 5701 S. Woodlawn Ave, Chicago, IL 60637.
The Conservative Forum for Unitarian Universalists was founded in 1985 to provide an institution within Unitarian Universalism for the expression of a full range of views on politics, economics and society, that while mainstream in society, are often not heard within the Unitarian Universalist movement. Activities sponsored by the Forum include presentations and events at General Assembly, the publishing of a twice-year journal, SIGMA, and the maintaining of our web site. Through these activities, we help provide substance to the freedom of inquiry, acceptance of on another, freedom of the pulpit and the pews, and the willingness to consider reasoned ideas which uniquely characterizes our chosen faith.
25 Beacon St
C*UUYAN is a vibrant, sustainable, and accountable young adult (ages 18-35) and campus ministry movement. By striving to be radically inclusive, spiritually alive, and justice-centered, we further our mission to transform Unitarian Universalism and the world. We work to claim our history and identity, cultivate visionary leadership, and eliminate oppression. Our community honors profound mystery and celebrates life with inspirational worship and revolutionary ministry.
Each year, C*UUYAN runs a Young Adult Caucus at General Assembly and two conferences in late summer: ConCentric, a business, leadership training, and networking conference for young adults; and Opus, an intentional spiritual retreat. In addition, C*UUYAN supports young adult social action events, anti-racism trainings, and regional young adult conferences and trainings.
To contact the C*UUYAN Steering Committee, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, contact the Office of Young Adult and Campus Ministry office, or see the C*UUYAN web site, www.uuyan.org.
The Covenant of UU Pagans works to enrich and strengthen the religious pluralism of Unitarian Universalism; promote the study and practice of contemporary Pagan and Earth- and nature-centered spirituality; enable networking among pagan-identified UUs; develop educational/liturgical materials on Pagan spirituality for UU congregations; encourage theo/ological inquiry into the contemporary Pagan resurgence; promote inter-religious dialogue; and work for the healing of the Earth. CUUPS chapters are present in ninety congregations throughout the denomination. CUUPS was formed at the 1985 UUA General Assembly and incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in 1997. Members and friends receive the quarterly CUUPS newsletter, which reports on continental and local chapter activities and explores contemporary Paganism. Write to the above address for more information, or visit our website: www.cuups.org
PO Box 273
CU2C2 is the blanket organization to which most UU camps, conference centers, and conferences belong. Our membership is approximately 25 camps and conferences, and a few individual members. All existing camps and conferences in the continental US and Canada are considered eligible for membership. The primary activities of CU2C2 are: holding an annual conference to provide an opportunity for participants to improve their skills as camp administrators, board members, volunteers, etc; promoting individual camps and conferences and the camping movement in general; providing a vehicle for sharing knowledge, resources, experiences, and information amongst camps and conferences in order to strengthen and learn from each other.
Member camps and conferences include:
AMUUSE Singles Camp
The Adult Midwest UU Singles Enrichment Camp (AMUUSE) is dedicated to creating an environment of personal growth and recreation for single adults over 18 years of age. Join us this summer at the famous dunes on Lake Michigan's east shore near Saugatuck, Michigan. Our two camps and two seasonal gatherings feature workshops and activities designed with attention to the balance of body, mind and spirit.
AMUUSE, P. O. Box 29369, Indianapolis, IN 46229 or contact Sharon Spencer at
(847) 816-3356 SSAMUUSE@aol.com www.amuuse.org
Camp de Benneville Pines
Nestled high in the San Bernardino Mountains near the resort town of Big Bear, CA. Camp de Benneville Pines sits in a national wilderness of oaks, cedars and pines. The year-round center offers hiking, swimming, snow shoeing, camp crafts, music and so much more. Heated cabins, modern bathrooms, meeting rooms, delicious meals and a friendly staff are available to serve you. Programs and meeting spaces will accommodate gatherings up to 130. Due to its popularity, the camp sells out quickly--book ahead.
Camp de Benneville Pines, 41750 W Jenks Lake Rd, Angeles Oaks, CA 92305
(909) 794-2928 email@example.com www.uucamp.org
Camp UniStar, located on Star Island in Cass Lake, a part of the Chippewa National Forest in northern Minnesota, offers ten family weeks, a work week, and two youth weeks. The lake encourages water activities; the forest trails attract hikers; sunrises and sunsets invite meditation. Each year UniStar campers return for peace, quiet, and serenity to an island retreat with no roads or commercial enterprise.
Camp UniStar, 25816 Star Island SE, Cass Lake, MN 56633-3339
Cedar Hill Retreat Center
A special place to relax, refresh the soul, meet and retreat together, reflect on life, rekindle the spirit and recreate. A year round intimate retreat center on Duxbury Bay with 500 feet of private beach, an outdoor seven-circuit meditation labyrinth, 12 acres of fields, wildflowers and towering cedars. The center is a cozy country home with meeting space, overnight accommodations and a fully equipped kitchen. Cedar Hill is ideal for meetings, seminars, workshops and one day, weekend or week long retreats. We are conveniently located midway between historical sites and points of interest that stretch from Boston to Cape Cod.
Cedar Hill Retreat Center, PO Box 1371, Duxbury, MA 02331
Phone:781-934-2207, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eliot Institute, in the Pacific Northwest, offers four camps each year, three one-week long conferences in summer and a five-day conference to celebrate each New Year. All camps have a full morning program for children and youth from infants to teens. Winter and summer gatherings are held at Seabeck Conference Center on Hood Canal near Seattle, WA. An early summer conference convenes at the Naramata Conference Centre in the beautiful Lake Okanagan in eastern British Columbia - celebrate Canada Day and US Independence Day with Eliot!
Eliot Institute, 2628 31st Avenue West, Seattle, WA 98199
(206) 374-2497 email@example.com www.eliotinstitute.org
Ferry Beach, located on Saco Bay in southern Maine, is committed to supporting individuals in their journeys toward self-understanding and spiritual awareness, and the extension of Unitarian Universalism. Summer programs include Family and Adult Conferences, Professional & Church Development Conferences, and Youth Camps. During the spring and autumn, the facilities are open for the use of societies and other UU organizations. Ocean bathing, tennis, volleyball, and horseshoes available on-site.
Ferry Beach Park Association, 5 Morris Avenue, Saco, ME 04072
(207) 282-4489 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ferrybeach.org
The Mountain Retreat & Learning Centers, Inc.
Since its founding in 1979, The Mountain has provided unique, inspirational programs for people of all ages. Committed to provoking insight and inciting humane, sustainable social change, The Mountain believes that motivated, informed, and skilled groups of people who share a common purpose can transform the culture. The Mountain offers Young Adult Residencies, UU Leadership Schools, Youth Camps, CONS, Peace Education, Congregational, Spiritual and Personal Retreats in a profoundly beautiful mountaintop setting. The Mountain strives to bring UU Principles to life by fostering social consciousness and energizing people to work for positive change.
Mountain Retreat & Learning Centers, Inc., P.O. Box 1299, Highlands, NC 28741
(828) 526-5838 email@example.com www.mountaincenters.org
Murray Grove Retreat and Conference Center
Come to where, in 1770, the faith of Thomas Potter inspired John Murray to give his first Universalist sermon in America; where individuals, families, congregations and communities can find recreational, spiritual and personal retreat; where the Pine Barrens meet Barnegat Bay. Join us for our annual Homecoming: A Mid-Atlantic Celebration held in the big white tent the last Saturday of September. Weekly, weekend, or daily group rentals are also available.
Murray Grove Retreat and Conference Center, PO Box 246, Lanoka Harbor, NJ 08734
(609) 693-5558 firstname.lastname@example.org www.murraygrove.org
Northern California UU Camps and Conferences
Practice UU principles, share fellowship and community away from the distractions of everyday life at one of Northern California UU Camps and Conferences. Enjoy the beautiful redwood forest of the Mendocino Woodlands for a summer week or two at Family Camp, Spring Volunteer Weekend or Labor Day Weekend. Relax at Asilomar near Santa Cruz for a spring weekend or summer week. Enjoy the beauty of the Sierra Nevada Mountains for Indian Summer at Bass Lake in the fall. Other retreats may be offered.
Northern California UU Camps and Conferences, c/o Dee Dumont 186 North 14th Street, San Jose, CA 95112
Rowe Camp & Conference Center
Nestled in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts, Rowe Camp and Conference Center is the only year round UU center in the Northeast. Rowe Conference Center offers programs on a unique blend of religious, psychological, political, fun, vacation and health-related topics. Rowe Camp, founded in 1924, offers summer camp programs for children from age 8-18. We also offer a work-study internship program where participants experience living in a value-based community for an extended period.
Rowe Camp and Conference Center, 22 King's Highway Road, Rowe, MA 01367
(413) 339-4954 email@example.com www.rowecenter.org
Saug-for-All is a weeklong fun-filled summer adventure at Saugatuck MI, providing an environment to encourage personal growth and spiritual enrichment and opportunities to form new and lasting friendships. We are a small community with between 70 - 90 campers. Come join us! Singles, couples, veteran campers and newcomers are all welcome! Workshops, dancing, vespers, talent/no talent show, beach time, connecting, laughing, campfires, sufi dancing, more workshops and more!!!
Saug-for-All Web site: www.saugforall.org E-mail: JLagerCU2@aol.com
Sierra Ancha Wilderness UU Religious Association (SAWUURA), located in the Sierra Ancha Mountains of Arizona, is open all year. Central to its being is a reverence for and dedication to the preservation of Nature and the Earth. This primitive setting, without electricity and other conveniences, appeals to very small groups and individuals who treasure the Earth. We offer three programs each year, plus work weekends, "Hosted Free Camp." We have simple cabins; a well; and a clear view of sky, stars, and trees.
SAWUURA, c/o UU Congregation of Phoenix, 4027 E. Lincoln Dr., Paradise Valley, AZ 85253
Web site www.sawuura.org E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1932, a group of Unitarian laypersons established a retreat at Senexet House, a New England countryside estate in Woodstock, Conn. Its purpose is to encourage and enlarge the spiritual and religious life of the individuals and groups who come to it. The house, built in 1886, ideally located between Boston and New York, is available for religious retreats, family gatherings, counseling groups, young people's organizations, etc., for groups of 15 to 35. It is also available as a meeting space and for overnight retreats.
Senexet House, Kit Northup, Manager 61 Outlook Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06119
(860) 233-4676 email@example.com www.senexethouse.org
Shelter Neck UU Camp is a volunteer and user operated facility available for rental by UU related groups. Shelter Neck UU Camp is located on 40 acres in rural southeastern North Carolina, 30 miles from the beaches, on the NE Cape Fear River for relaxing canoeing. The one-time boarding school, Unitarian Chapel Circa 1900, and three story farm house are handicapped friendly and popular for board retreats, youth camps, Weddings, and YA Cons. Visit our web site and download a PDF Brochure.
Shelter Neck UU Camp is at 3747 Croomsbridge Road, Burgaw, NC 28425 (SEND no mail)
(send mail to: Feryl Masters uconci Pres., firstname.lastname@example.org
Or Registrar: Susan Wasilewski, 919 847-0028, 7305 Fiesta Way, Raleigh, NC 27615
Web page: www.shelterneckuucamp.org
Amidst the natural beauty of an island six miles off the coast of Portsmouth, NH, Star is a place for families, teens and adults to experience religion, spirituality, and a feeling of community; it is a place to learn and grow, to form lifelong bonds of friendship, and to come back to the world with a renewed sense of hope and caring. Week-long summer conferences include the arts, natural history, religious education, international affairs, and family programs.
Star Island, 30 Middle Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801
(603) 430-6272 email@example.com www.starisland.org
Southeast Unitarian Universalist Summer Institute (SUUSI) is a gathering of over a thousand UUs, who come together in July each year, in Radford, Virginia to explore our interconnectedness, learn new ways of seeing our world and each other, and delight in the joys of seeing old friends and making new ones. Programs include: workshops, daily worship and theme talks; youth, teen, and young adult programs; hiking, canoeing, rafting, rappelling, and caving; plus nightly concert hour, cabaret, and dancing.
SUUSI Web site: www.suusi.org E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Southeast Unitarian Universalist Winter Institute, Inc., in Miami (SWIM) is an annual UU Retreat and Family Camp for UUs and like-minded people of all ages which happens every year from Dec 26th through Jan 1st. SWIM offers outdoor adventures (including tours, hikes, rides, canoeing, kayaking, hot tubbing, sailing), workshops (including crafts, spirituality, personal growth), evening worship, special programming for youth, teens, and young adults, fantastic food, and a close-knit community of friends.
SWIM Web site: www.swimuu.org
The Southwestern Unitarian Universalist Summer Institute (SWUUSI), a week-long annual extended family gathering held at Western Hills Guest Ranch, in Sequoyah State Park, near Tulsa OK, August 2-7, provides opportunities for people of all ages and interests to develop or enrich their Unitarian Universalist identity. Offerings include: daily theme talks and workshops, separate programs for younger children, junior high, high school and young adults, nursery care, adult and intergenerational programs and social activities.
SWUUSI, 6720 Brentwood Stair Rd., Ft. Worth, TX 76112.
(817) 446-0099 email@example.com www.swuuc.org/swuusi/
We are a Unitarian Universalist Conference Center. The mission of UBarU is to provide a welcoming, peaceful place to gather for spiritual, educational, and recreational purposes in harmony with our Unitarian Universalist Principles and The Land. UBarU is dedicated to serving UU congregations and their members and groups. UBarU is 144 acres of rugged ranchland in the Texas Hill Country. UBarU is open all year and offers and hosts a wide variety of UU programs and groups.
UBarU Retreat and Conference Center, 277 UBarU Ranch Road, TX 78058
Please contact the Executive Director at (830) 864-8419, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.ubaru.org
Unicamp is a beautiful, wooded, three season spiritual retreat and conference centre located on 50 acres within the UNESCO Niagara Escarpment Biosphere Reserve and right on the Bruce Hiking Trail. We have a spring-fed swimming pond with 2 sandy beaches. Come for stimulating programs or just R&R. Book for any period of time in dorms, cottages or campsites. Children's camps run in July. Excellent food and Programs optional. Early booking recommended!
Unicamp, 41 Home Street, Guelph, ON N1H 2E4
(519) 822-6353 email@example.com http://www.unicampofontario.ca/
Unirondack is a Unitarian Universalist camp and conference center located on a forever wild peninsula in the Adirondacks Mountains. Each summer our professional staff comes together to create a magical experience for youth in each of the eight weeks of camp. Whether swimming or sailing in our clear Adirondack lake, expressing themselves in our artshop, or learning together in one of our workshops, campers find a place they belong at Unirondack. The facilities are also available for rent in the spring or fall.
Off-season: Unirondack, P.O. Box 795, Nyack, NY 10960.
Unirondack, PO Box 621, Nyack, NY 10960 (845) 675-9001
Site address: 8722 Unirondack Road, Lowville, NY 13367 (315) 376-6888 firstname.lastname@example.org www.unirondack.org
Unitarian Universalist Mid-Atlantic Community (UUMAC), at DeSales University, Center Valley, PA, an intergenerational gathering of children, teens, young adults and adults, offers a week of worship, theme talks, workshops, religious exploration, great outdoor activities, and evening vespers. Whether you are single or a family of five, you'll find people of every age group just having the time of their lives. Some offsite outdoor activities include white water rafting, rock climbing, and museum tours.
UUMAC Web site: www.uumac.org Email: email@example.com
The Western Unitarian Universalist Life Festival (WUULF), held every summer at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, is a week-long intergenerational summer camp with programs for children, youth and adults. WUULF is a spiritual retreat for religious liberals, a chance to spend a week in a remote section of Northern New Mexico among the orange mesas and box canyons of the desert wilderness. Experience this magical place while you embrace the spiritual essence of community. Our activities include rafting, pottery, hikes, picnics, campfires, workshops and more.
WUULF Web site: www.wuulf.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
41 Mt. Vernon Street
The District Presidents Association covenants ot affirm and promote the Principles and Purposes of Unitarian Universalism, to aid and generate communication within the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations and to implement this covenant by serving as a liaison between the UUA and the district organizations and member societies as well as serving to strengthen the networking and support organizations for its member societies.
1134 18th Ave N
What began in 1997 as religious professionals and UUA staff affirming their presence as People of Color within Unitarian Universalism is today a national organization. DRUUMM's mission provides support and advocacy for People of Color and leadership creating anti-racist Unitarian Universalist identity and practice. The DRUUMM family includes children, youth, and adults of all ages, and religious professionals who participate in activities sponsored by DRUUMM and its identity-based affiliates -Youth and Young Adults (YaYA), Asian/Pacific Islanders (A/PIC), La Familia Global, and African Descent. DRUUMM meets twice annually, at General Assembly and at the Fall Conference. The Leadership Development Conference is offered annually; Youth and young adults alternate years. DRUUMM sponsors General Assembly (and elsewhere) workshops, speakers, and events of specific interest to People of Color.
1895 NW 5th St
Following the WTO in Seattle last year about a dozen of us who had attended the demonstrations and were members of the First Unitarian Church began meeting on a weekly basis. We were determined to continue to educate ourselves as well as others on the threats of economic globalization. Since then we have had a busy and productive year. Among other things we have sponsored a six week study forum, continuously place economic justice informational pieces in the Sunday bulletins, and put together a 32 page book on Democracy vs. the WTO. After successfully initiating and helping to pass a resolution on the Campaign Financing at the 2000 General Assembly we are now working towards the passage of a Study Action Item on Economic Globalization at the 2001 General Assembly.
Contact: The Rev. Kathryn Jorgensen
Faithful Fools Street Ministry is located in the Tenderloin District of San Francisco. Faithful Fools was founded by UU Rev. Dr. Kay Jorgensen and Sr. Carmen Barsody, OSF. The Fools encourage and engage people from all walks of life in questioning assumptions and shattering myths about homelessness, poverty and the boundaries of separation we all protect. We provide resources, internships, practicum, workshops and artistic and cultural events for ministers, parishioners, seminarians and anyone interested in our vital justice-making community as it challenges both oppression and privilege. We seek to bear witness on the streets and in daily accompaniment and advocacy. Our community now extends from the barrios of Managua, Nicaragua to many cities in the U.S. and Vancouver, Canada. See our website.
Contact: Ms. Barbara Hopcroft
Hale House, located in Boston's Back Bay, is a residence for elderly moderate-and low-income people. It has 56 private rooms, elevators, a library, sitting and dining rooms, and a lovely garden. Nursing care and personal assistance are available 24 hours a day. Hale Barnard operates a social day care program at Hale House for elders who can benefit from socialization activities and two programs in subsidized apartment buildings in Boston. The outreach programs offer help to homebound seniors who are physically and emotionally disabled and/or speak a foreign language. Hale Barnard also manages a senior bill payer program, matching insured, trained volunteers to clients needing help paying their bills and a representative payee program.
Officers: Rev. Stephen Kendrick, Chairperson; Ms. Debra Bulkely, 1st Vice President; Ms. Juliana M. Coyle, Treasurer; Mr. Howard Fuget, Clerk; Shari Levitan, Esq., Secretary; Barbara Hopcroft, Executive Director.
The HUUmanists Association originally met at the second General Assembly of the UUA as the Fellowship of Religious Humanists, later adopting its present name to express more clearly its identity within Unitarian Universalism. Its purpose is: "To enhance, promote, practice and enjoy humanism in liberal religion, and to provide a continental organization for those who consider themselves humanists within the UUA. To this end, HUUmanists shall defend and protect freedom of thought in Unitarian Universalism, arrange programs, forums and lectures, encourage humanist writing to give voice to humanist values, encourage the establishment of local humanist groups, maintain a humanist presence on the internet, and hold discussion groups, seminars, worships and conferences." The HUUmanists Association publishes a journal, Religious Humanism, and a member newsletter, HUUmanists News.
International Association for Religious Freedom US Chapter
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14 Concord Ave
The purpose of the International Association for Religious Freedom (IARF) is to work for freedom of religion and belief because it is a precious human right that potentially enables the best within our religious lives, our search for truth or enlightenment, to flourish. The IARF works with groups from different religious traditions or beliefs and communities suffering from religious persecution or discrimination.
5202 Crawford St Unit 19
"Queer UUs and friends, building up connections, breaking down oppressions"
Interweave Continental is a membership organization actively working to end oppression based on sexual orientation and gender identity, recognizing that we will not be free until all oppression is a thing of the past. Our work is guided by Unitarian Universalist principles. We value and affirm the lives and experience of queer people of faith of all ages, races, ethnicities, income levels, and abilities. By providing and supporting leadership, and working in collaboration with other organizations of similar vision, we strive to connect and nurture all queer individuals, communities, groups, and their allies.
To that end, we host events at General Assembly, hold an annual Convocation, connect a national network of local chapters, and offer print and online resources, networking opportunities, and support.
Officers: Dana Dwinell-Yardley, President; Allyson Diane Hamm, Vice President; Don Hoppe, Secretary; Valerie, Treasurer
Lambda Ministers Guild
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208 Lancelot Dr
The Lambda Ministers Guild exisits to offer support to and facilitate communication among bisexual, gay, lesbian and transgender UU ministers. To encourage and support research in the field of bisexual, gay, lesbian and transgender clergy spirituality. To advocate for the interests of bisexual, gay, lesbian and transgender clergy within the USA. We meet annually at General Assembly and at other gatherings where Lambda ministers participate, such as district ministers meetings and Interweave Convocations. Membership is open to all bisexual, gay, lesbian and transgender ministers and ministerial students. A donation of $10 is requested. LBGT ministers and students are welcome to subscribe to our email list: email@example.com.
Liberal Religious Charitable Society
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6670 Lochdale St.
LREDA furthers the interest of liberal religious education by advocating for high professional standards for lay and ordained religious educators, by offering networking among religious educators at our fall conference, at pre-GA professional days and via lreda-l, and by encouraging development of quality liberal religious education programs, curricula and resources through our collegial networking and our support of the UUA Lifespan Faith Development staff group. LREDA is the first "Welcoming Organization" of the UUA and is committed in its work on becoming an anti-racist, anti-oppressive multicultural organization. Membership is open to women and men, lay, ordained, paid professionals or volunteers of every age, race, physical ability and sexual orientation. LREDA provides leadership development and mentoring, continuing education programs, packets, newsletters and other professional publications.
LREDA Board of Trustees: Rev. Susan Archer, President; Cathy Seggel, Vice President; Kathy Silver, Treasurer; Lori Allen, Secretary; Rev. Ginger Luke and Patti Withers, Professional Concerns; Cindy Leitner, At Large GA; Shannon Hawkins, Administrator. Please direct all inquiries to the LREDA Office or to the LREDA president.
This work is made possible by the generosity of individual donors and congregations. Please consider making a donation today.
Last updated on Friday, November 30, 2012.