Leading Congregations Into a Multiracial, Multicultural Future: Now is the Time!
Comments from the 2008 Conference
About the Rev. Jacqueline Lewis, PhD:
"Personally, I learned more about moving between groups and identities while maintaining personal integrity, from her than from any other minister I have ever witnessed."
About Dr. Shakti Butler:
"I found this session rich and meaningful. It actually resulted in real engagement with others."
About the 2008 conference:
"Out of a possible 10, I rate this conference a 12!"
Building on the success of the February 2007 national conference, Congregational Services of the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) invited Unitarian Universalists from throughout the continent to join other congregational leaders to explore the dynamics of creating multiracial, multicultural congregations and live this important work as we seek to build just and inclusive communities through our commitment that is rooted in Unitarian Universalist identity, theology, and values.
Friday, February 22, 2008
Keynote Speaker: The Reverend Jacqueline Lewis, PhD
The UUA delightedly welcomed back Rev Lewis for our Friday keynote program. Lewis is the Senior Minister of Vision, Worship and the Arts at Middle Collegiate Church in New York City. Jacqui is passionate about developing leadership in multicultural/multiracial churches.
Saturday, February 23, 2008
Saturday Program Speaker: Dr. Shakti Butler
The conference welcomed Dr. Shakti Butler, an inspirational facilitator, trainer and lecturer as Saturday’s morning speaker. Dr. Butler is the director and producer of the documentary Mirrors of Privilege: Making Whiteness Visible; her work as a creative and visionary bridge builder has challenged and inspired learning for over twenty-one years.
See our updated brochure (PDF, 6 pages) for conference details and the schedule.
Leading Congregations into a Multiracial, Multicultural Future was February 22-24, 2008, at the lovely Doubletree Hotel in San Jose, CA.
For more information contact congservices @ uua.org.
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Last updated on Tuesday, July 26, 2011.