Abstract rainbow painting with the words: The world needs your gifts

"...there are two things that people crave: the full realization of their innate gifts, and to have these gifts approved, acknowledged, and confirmed."  ~ Malidoma Somé, The Healing Wisdom of Africa

New England Region
New England Region: Connecticut (central and northern), Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

Regional Staff Contacts
(617) 948-6415
newengland [at] uua [dot] org
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Resources during COVID-19:


The UUA is recommending that congregations plan to continue physical distancing through the next church year. At the same time, some governors in New England are starting to plan for re-opening. Providing opportunities for connection will be even more important as you are working to discern your own next steps. 

The New England Region field staff are here to be your companion. We continue to provide spaces for communication and connection between congregations exploring parallel challenges​. We remain available to provide coaching for individuals and teams. We can be a listening ear or thought partner. We also continue to be available to facilitate board conversations. 

Finally, we know that there are some who are facing daunting challenges and others who have created amazing responses to the liminal times. Please feel free to request assistance or share your adaptations with us.

Together we can live into this time with the assurance that we are enough and we can do this.  We appreciate your faithful service and are proud to be with you on this journey. 

Blessed be.


Our mission is to equip and support religious professionals and lay leaders for healthy, vibrant Unitarian Universalist ministries. Your New England Region UUA staff is here to listen, support, coach and consult on any aspect of congregational life, including challenges and successes in your ministries. We also connect congregational leaders to share wisdom and experiences with each other through learning opportunities and gatherings throughout the year. What's on your mind and in your heart today? Start a conversation with us.

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Staff Contacts

We are committed to equipping and supporting religious professionals and congregational leaders for vibrant ministries in vital congregations. Contact us to start a conversation, share your stories and wisdom, and request services.

Regional Support Services

Whatever joys and challenges may be happening in your faith community we offer services that nurture your congregation's health and vitality through individual and group consultations, coaching, resources, and referrals.

Workshops, Webinars & Trainings

Our workshops and webinars provide ongoing training in some of the most difficult and common challenges faced by church leaders. We encourage congregations to register a team of at least four people. Our Whole Lives (OWL) Facilitator Trainings are offered throughout the year.

Resources & Tools

Download and share materials we have designed through years of careful study and development in our work with congregations. Start important conversations in your congregation by sharing what you learn.

Jobs & Transitions

If you are minister looking for part-time employment; If you are a congregational leader posting a job opening in your congregation; If you are looking for a job—see what's currently available.

Districts

The New England Region is the smallest geographical area with the highest concentration of UUA member congregations in the U.S. We are four districts, six states, 234 congregations that are served by a single integrated regional staff team.

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inSpirit: UU Book & Gift Shop

We offer books to support people of all faiths to engage with spiritual questions. We also sell a wide variety of fair trade gifts, and accessories proudly bearing the Unitarian Universalist Association and Standing on the Side of Love logos.

For more information contact newengland@uua.org.

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