Closing Words for Assessing Sexual Health
Becoming a sexually healthy and responsible congregation is an ongoing process. It requires a sustained commitment by the congregation, its staff, and its ministers. No congregation will do everything, but every congregation can do something to assure that the community is safe and that sexuality is honored as a sacred part of life.
We are glad you have begun this journey. Know that you are not alone. The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) district and headquarters staff is available to help you. The Religious Institute provides training and resources on each of these areas; please reach out to us with your questions at info @ religiousinstitute.org.
Thank you for your commitment to sexual health and justice.
Assessing Sexual Health: Table of Contents
For more information contact safecongregations @ uua.org.
Last updated on Wednesday, May 23, 2012.
- Keeping Children Safe
- Professional Misconduct
- Safe Congregation Handbook
- Responsible Staffing
- Crisis Planning
- Trauma Response
- Building Security
- Conflict Management
- Covenant of Right Relations
- Ethics in Congregational Life Program
- Sexually Healthy Faith Communities
- Assessing Sexual Health Guide
- Sexually Healthy Faith Communities Workshop
- Disruptive Behavior Policies
- Resources and Reports
- Beyond the UUA
- Closing Words