Got Purpose? Rooting Our Missions in Certainty
Presenter: Douglas Zelinski
Part one of a two-part series dares to advance a specific UU purpose and identity rooted in our history and tailored to the present moment. Leaders will be challenged (perhaps even delighted) to confront definitive ideas bold and inspiring enough to enliven congregational activities with a shared sense of mission. Part two: Defining Identity and Responding to Call.
- Workshop Slides (PDF, 6 pages)
- Workshop Outline (PDF, 6 pages)
- St. Lawrence District General Assembly Keynote Address by Rev. Robert T. Latham: A Mission Born of Mystery (PDF, 11 pages)
- The 2000-01 Minns Lectures by Alice Blair Wesley, Lecture 3: How We Came to Forget the Covenant for a Long Time (PDF, 17 pages)
Got Purpose? Rooting Our Missions in Certainty is General Assembly 2011 event number 3032.
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