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Important Note: As we deepen our commitment to dismantling white supremacy, we must reckon with bias in all areas of congregational life, including leadership development resources. This summer, LeaderLab will undergo a content review with the goal of lowering bias and broadening perspectives on healthy, vital leadership. Ongoing revisions will be an essential part of this work, and we invite your feedback: conglife [at] uua [dot] org

 

  • Teaching Parents: How to Make RE a Family Practice

    How can Religious Educators help parents be the primary religious educators for their children? This webinar presented practices and tools that parents can use to reinforce meaningful participate in a faith community.
    By Patricia Infante | 10/18/2018
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  • Using Experiential Education in youth ministry

    Experiential Education theory is a powerful tool for youth ministry: for debriefing, planning activities, and pastoral care.
    10/5/2018
    Filed in: Youth Ministry
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  • Balancing Youth and Adult Leadership

    Guidance for balancing youth and adult leadership in UU youth programs with the goal of youth-adult partnership.
    10/5/2018
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  • October is Benefits Tune-Up Month!

    Is your congregation an employer? In other words do you pay folks to do work? Be it a minister, religious educator, custodian, musician, administrator or some other position? Are any of those folx participants in any of the UUA plans? Retirement, health insurance, etc?
    By Jan Gartner | 10/4/2018
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  • Stewardship Overview for Congregational Presidents

    A supportive board is essential for a successful stewardship campaign. This overview helps congregational boards understand what is needed.
    By William Clontz, Southern Region of the UUA, Stewardship for Us | 10/4/2018
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  • Stewardship Re-envisioned: Moving Beyond the Pledge Drive

    This recorded workshop explores evolving alternatives and additions to the traditional pledge drive stewardship model, designed to reduce anxiety, energize volunteers, and engage those who are not typical pledgers. Case studies will be used to spark new ideas.
    By Central East Region of the UUA | 10/3/2018
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  • Stewardship for Congregations in Transition

    A workshop to explore ideas and approaches for strengthening stewardship in congregations experiencing ministerial transition. Presented by Rev. Roberta Finkelstein, Andrea Lerner and Barry Finkelstein.
    By Andrea Lerner | 10/3/2018
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  • Innovation and Inspiration for UU Stewardship

    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 Mary Katherine Morn, Vail Weller, Amy Shaw, Darcy Roake, Eric Kaminetzky, Laura Randall, UUA Stewardship and Development Staff Group | 10/3/2018
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  • How To Be a Great Congregational President

    An opportunity for new presidents to learn the basics, share some resources, and network with those moving into the role.
    By Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church, Louisville, KY, Ian Evison, MidAmerica Region of the UUA | 10/3/2018
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  • Electronic Giving in Congregations

    First Unitarian Society in Minneapolis recently started an electronic giving program and share with us what they are learning. Presented by Allan Callander, Former Finance Director at First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis. Host: Rev. Sharon Dittmar
    By First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis, Minneapolis, MN, Sharon Dittmar, MidAmerica Region of the UUA | 10/3/2018
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  • Make Room for All: Accessibility and Inclusion Issues in Congregational Life

    Opening our doors to people of all abilities is the less talked about test of inclusion in our congregations. This webinar discusses “disability etiquette” and explores the many ways in which our congregations can be more accessible and more welcoming to people with a variety of...
    By Mark Bernstein, UU Association of Membership Professionals (UUAMP), MidAmerica Region of the UUA | 10/3/2018
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