New England Region of the UUA

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

For more information, see the UUA.org page about the New England Region.

From New England Region of the UUA

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Congregational polity is not fundamentally about autonomy or protecting individuals from spiritual coercion. This understanding repels healthy people, weakens connections among churches, and perpetuates widespread suspicion about leadership....

Video | By Sue Phillips, New England Region of the UUA | June 27, 2015 | From LeaderLab
Tagged as: Competencies for Leadership, Congregational Polity

Smaller congregations in many denominations are struggling to survive. This doesn't mean they are necessarily "doing church" badly. But it does mean they need to do church differently. Intuiting this need, church leaders often begin gearing up for a strategic planning process....

Leader Resource | By Douglas Zelinski, New England Region of the UUA | March 18, 2015 | From LeaderLab
Tagged as: Mission/Vision/Planning

If the crux of Unitarian Universalism were reduced to a few points in space and time, they would be those potent moments just before and just after we keep a promise, or we break it. All that is exceptional about being human and becoming whole is crystallized in these decisive microseconds.

By Douglas Zelinski, New England Region of the UUA | January 29, 2013 | From LeaderLab
Tagged as: Covenant, Diversity & Inclusion, UU Identity

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