Dear potential Living the Welcoming Congregation facilitator,
Thank you for working to make your congregation and the world a better place for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. Without your willingness to engage in this work, Unitarian Universalism would not be as far along the path to acceptance and affirmation as we are today.
When the Living the Welcoming Congregation curriculum was developed, the office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Ministries (LGBT Ministries; previously the office of Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Concerns) mandated that only congregations that had been recognized as Welcoming Congregations could use this more advanced curriculum, out of a concern that folks might skip over the important educational groundwork needed in these areas.
Today, we leave it up to your judgment to take on Welcoming Congregation work that is appropriate for your congregation, wherever you are on your journey. Feel free to incorporate workshops from this series into your educational work and please freely adapt them to suit your needs and/or be in touch with LGBT Ministries for support and suggestions (lgbt @ uua.org).
Filling out the form below will give you immediate access to the curriculum (check your email for the user name and password after you click "submit"). We ask you to fill out the form simply so that we can track this curriculum’s use.
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Last updated on Tuesday, August 21, 2012.
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