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Leaders (Resistance and Transformation)

This program is well suited to being led by a team of two or more adults that includes a minister or religious education professional, but anyone with a passion for this material and a willingness to facilitate non-judgmental discussion can be a successful leader. Consistency of leadership offers many advantages; however, every workshop need not be led by the same facilitators.

While leaders need not be scholars of Unitarian Universalist history to lead this program, they will need basic knowledge of Unitarian Universalism. In addition, consider choosing workshop leaders who are:

  • Committed to the Unitarian Universalist Principles, the congregation, and the faith development components of this program
  • Willing and able to thoroughly prepare for each workshop
  • Effective at speaking, teaching, and facilitating group process
  • Flexible and willing to modify the workshop plans to support the full inclusion of all participants
  • Able to listen deeply and encourage each individual to participate
  • Able to exhibit respect for individuals, regardless of age, race, social class, gender identity, sexual orientation, and level of ability
  • Able to honor the life experiences each participant will bring to the program.

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Last updated on Saturday, December 10, 2011.

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