Archives of Central East Region News
Archives of Central East Region News and Blog
  • The Start of New Things – And More Staff Adjustments in CER

    One of the things we don’t get here in Washington DC is the slight nip in the air that tells you that the school year is about to begin (and allows you to wear your new school clothes rather than your old sweaty summer clothes for another month) but nevertheless, it is September...
    By Megan Foley | 9/9/2019
    Filed in: Better Together
  • LeaderLab Offers Resources, Classes and More for Congregational Leaders

    As Susan Frederick-Gray mentioned during her president’s report at General Assembly in June, LeaderLab is a tremendous resource for congregational leaders.
    By Kathy McGowan, Jonipher Kūpono Kwong, Renee Ruchotzke | 9/2/2019
    Filed in: Better Together
  • Opportunities for Connection ~ September 2019

    Find out what's happening in the Central East Region! This month - LeaderLab, New Day Rising, Youth Advisor Training, Small Congregations Program and more!
    Filed in: CERG News
  • Prison Literacy Project in Northeast Ohio

    The UU Congregation of Greater Canton (UUCGC), though fewer in members, has had an important compassion and justice presence in their community. A few years ago they started a project to collect books for incarcerated individuals at the Stark County Jail, which got a lot of...
    Filed in: Better Together
  • Do You Know Who Your Primary Contact Is?

    A Primary Contact is assigned to every congregation in the Central East Region. Do you know who yours is and what they do?
    Filed in: Better Together
  • Bells will Ring on Sunday, August 25 in Commemoration of Important Moment in the History of the United States of America

    On August 25, 1619, the ship the White Lion arrived in Hampton, Virginia. The ship contained enslaved Africans. This is the first recorded arrival of Africans in America. This year, this anniversary will be commemorated at Fort Monroe as a day of healing and and reconciliation.
    Filed in: Better Together
  • Artist Inspired by Seven Principles

    Our UU congregational tradition practices freedom of both pulpit and pew. Ministers are given the privilege to share their understandings from the pulpit, and member are free to agree or disagree.
    Filed in: Better Together

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