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  • Parenting with Heartbreak

    UU religious educator Rayla Mattson, a black mother of three, turns her UU faith and full heart toward her children, how to raise them and to be with them in pandemic, societal trauma around race, and, perhaps, hope.
    By Rayla D. Mattson | 6/22/2020
  • Congregational Staffing and Finances for July and Beyond: An Overview

    This page provides highlights from - and contains links to - a comprehensive memo that provides recommendations for staffing and finances during longer-term virtual operations due to the pandemic.
    By Jan Gartner, Richard Nugent | 6/10/2020
  • Keeping Our Children and Youth Safe in Online Programs

    Here are some particular areas to pay attention to during online programming for the safety of children and youth.
    By UUA Congregational Life Staff Group | 6/8/2020
  • Afrocentric in Two Pandemics: Covid and Racism

    In April of this year, in Washington DC, my Aunt Mae learns that she has to fight an aggressive cancer that is overtaking her blood system. She is shipped to a low-standard hospital, rather than to the better hospital closer to her home. Her daughters, all essential health care...
    By Janice Marie Johnson | 6/8/2020
  • Congregants Connect Through Poetry

    Before the pandemic began, the Oberlin, OH UU Fellowship and the Olmsted, OH UU Congregation collaborated on a monthly book group, reading fiction and nonfiction, religious, spiritual, secular, whatever called to our hearts and minds. Some of it was kind of heavy (e.g., The...
  • Board Basics

    This 3-part webinar is a primer in what it means to serve on a Congregational Board, how healthy Boards function, and what are ways your congregation can function better.
    By Central East Region of the UUA, David Pyle, Beth Casebolt | 9/21/2017

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