How can we spread our Unitarian Universalist (UU) message to new audiences online? How can we improve our websites and social media pages?
At the "Love Reaches Out" General Assembly (GA) in Providence, RI, Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) staffers presented a series of four workshops designed to help UUs share insights and bolster their online outreach.
How Congregations Can Deepen Engagement Online
UU social media veterans examine what works and how to do it better in a way that inspires shared learning and is manageable for the long term.
- Rachel Walden, UUA
- Rev. Meg Riley, Church of the Larger Fellowship (CLF)
- Chris Walton, UU World
- Nora Rasman, Standing on the Side of Love
Updating Your Web Presence : Tools and Tips
The UUA Web Team shows you how to assess your website's usability, accessibility, and search engine placement.
- Kasey Melski Kruser, UUA
- Margy Levine Young, UUA
Reaching “Nones,” Activists, and Spiritual Seekers
What kinds of web content will help us reach out and build relationships with key audiences? Learn from Standing on the Side of Love and the UUA's Outreach team.
- Rev. Sarah Gibb Millspaugh, UUA
- Rev. Dr. Amy Rowland, Create Meaning
- Jennifer Toth, Standing on the Side of Love
Digging Into Facebook, Twitter and Video-Making/Sharing
In three "Ted Talk"-style presentations, experts from UU congregations show you how to promote UU identity and ideals online.
- Rev. Dr. Andrew Pakula, @apakula
- Rev. Joanna Fontaine Crawford, First UU Church of Houston
- Peter Bowden, Leading Congregations
Follow @UUsGetSocial on Twitter to join the conversation!