Webinar

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Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

Youth and Young Adults of Color

  • By Ted Resnikoff
    Learn how to recognize non-suicidal self-injury and what you can do to help. From the Faith Development Office of the Unitarian...

Guides and Tools

  • By Jeremie Bateman
    Best Practices and Opportunities Want to know how to build the leadership capacity of your youth? Looking for ideas on how to support your...

On Campus

Events and Opportunities

Central East Regional Group

Faith Development Office

  • The Unitarian Universalist Association's Faith Development Office hosts webinars from time to time. Many address topics requested by UU religious professionals and lay leaders. ...

General Assembly Presentations

  • By Renee Ruchotzke, Jeanelyse Doran Adams, Douglas Zelinski
    Our choice to organize around our promises among ourselves and with that which invokes our ultimate commitment is our greatest strength. Using Process Theology, we offer a framework as well as practical spiritual practices showing how living in covenant can create space for sacred conversations and authentic living.
  • By Douglas Zelinski, Jeanelyse Doran Adams, Renee Ruchotzke
    If Unitarian Universalism’s crux were reduced to a few points in space and time, they would be those potent moments just before and just after we keep promises, or break them. The power of those moments is simple, shocking, and science-based. Explore that power—its science, theology and practice.
  • By Patricia Infante, Douglas Taylor, UU Congregation of Binghamton, Binghamton, NY
    Once a congregation understands its mission, the next step is to discern how it wants to deepen and grow as a congregation. This workshop outlines processes for discerning aspirational values and ways to create and use a vision statement in devising a strategic plan and annual ministry goals.
  • By Joe Sullivan, UU Congregation of Binghamton, Binghamton, NY, UUA Congregational Life Staff Group
    Purpose-filled people are misson-driven. Workshop participants will explore discerning congregational core values, how to articulate them as mission, and how to make a mission "portable" to provide alignment for all of its ministries, strategies, and resource allocation.
  • By Mark Bernstein
    Is rudeness a quality of Unitarian Universalism? How else to explain the lack of hospitality exhibited by many congregations toward unbidden guests? This workshop will explore the prevalence of rudeness in our society, how it is seeping through the walls of our congregations, and what we can do about it.
  • By Mary Katherine Morn, Vail Weller, Amy Shaw, Darcy Roake, Eric Kaminetzky, Laura Randall, UUA Stewardship and Development Staff Group
    Part of the Wi$dom and Generosity Track at the 2016 General Assembly, this workshop equips lay and ordained leadership for effective stewardship in our congregations. It is a "flash” presentation of the most innovative and successful fundraising ideas.
  • By Scott Tayler, Tandi Rogers
    Satellites, multi-site, yolked ministries and partnerships can explored by all types of congregations - tiny, large, urban, rural, clustered, or isolated. Might multi-site be right for you?

LeaderLab

  • By Jan Gartner, Richard Nugent
    Jan Gartner and Rev. Richard Nugent explain ministerial compensation, including tax provisions, paycheck components, and benefits. They also share good practices for contracts.
  • By Douglas Zelinski, Jeanelyse Doran Adams, Renee Ruchotzke
    If Unitarian Universalism’s crux were reduced to a few points in space and time, they would be those potent moments just before and just after we keep promises, or break them. The power of those moments is simple, shocking, and science-based. Explore that power—its science, theology and practice.
  • By Renee Ruchotzke, Jeanelyse Doran Adams, Douglas Zelinski
    Our choice to organize around our promises among ourselves and with that which invokes our ultimate commitment is our greatest strength. Using Process Theology, we offer a framework as well as practical spiritual practices showing how living in covenant can create space for sacred conversations and authentic living.
  • By Joe Sullivan, UU Congregation of Binghamton, Binghamton, NY, UUA Congregational Life Staff Group
    Purpose-filled people are misson-driven. Workshop participants will explore discerning congregational core values, how to articulate them as mission, and how to make a mission "portable" to provide alignment for all of its ministries, strategies, and resource allocation.
  • By Patricia Infante, Douglas Taylor, UU Congregation of Binghamton, Binghamton, NY
    Once a congregation understands its mission, the next step is to discern how it wants to deepen and grow as a congregation. This workshop outlines processes for discerning aspirational values and ways to create and use a vision statement in devising a strategic plan and annual ministry goals.
  • By Scott Tayler, Tandi Rogers
    Satellites, multi-site, yolked ministries and partnerships can explored by all types of congregations - tiny, large, urban, rural, clustered, or isolated. Might multi-site be right for you?
  • By Mary Katherine Morn, Vail Weller, Amy Shaw, Darcy Roake, Eric Kaminetzky, Laura Randall, UUA Stewardship and Development Staff Group
    Part of the Wi$dom and Generosity Track at the 2016 General Assembly, this workshop equips lay and ordained leadership for effective stewardship in our congregations. It is a "flash” presentation of the most innovative and successful fundraising ideas.
  • By Mark Bernstein
    Is rudeness a quality of Unitarian Universalism? How else to explain the lack of hospitality exhibited by many congregations toward unbidden guests? This workshop will explore the prevalence of rudeness in our society, how it is seeping through the walls of our congregations, and what we can do about it.
  • By Sarah Movius Schurr
    The History of the Unitarian Fellowship Movement
  • By Jan Christian, Kay Crider
    How can small congregations become aware of and adopt successful stewardship concepts and practices as they grow?
  • By Sarah Movius Schurr
    In this webinar, we will explore the role of leaders in a Unitarian Universalist congregation. We will offer some useful tools to help your leaders and your congregation to thrive.
  • By Sarah Movius Schurr, Sarah Gibb Millspaugh
    How do you create a meaningful congregational experience when you've got a small number of kids in your congregation, few of whom are the same age?
  • By Sarah Movius Schurr
    Small congregations with little or no professional ministry help can still have good worship services. This webinar gives you some tips.
  • By Kathy McGowan, Renee Ruchotzke, UU Congregation of Binghamton, Binghamton, NY
    How do we design and support congregational systems that help us live into our mission and vision? Using guiding "ministry action statements," goal-setting, and assessment to keep its mission and vision vital and effective.
  • By Alice Mann, Ken Beldon, Thom Belote, John Crestwell, Kendra Ford, Robert Hardies, Peter Morales, Christine C. Robinson, Victoria E Safford, Michael A Schuler, Marilyn Sewell, Elizabeth Lerner Maclay
    12 Ministers from Growing and Diverse UU Congregations Talk About Growth