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Paula Cole Jones

Paula Cole Jones

Paula Cole Jones

Paula Cole Jones is the founder of ADORE (A Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity), a former president of DRUUMM (Diverse and Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries) and an independent consultant specializing in multicultural competencies and institutional change. She lives in Washington, D.C. She served as a Interim Congregational Life Consultant for the Central East Region from 2018-2020.

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Better Together | Central East Region

Farewell from Paula Cole Jones

Paula Cole Jones

From Better Together
It is time to say farewell to you as my position with the Congregational Life staff in the Central East Region of our UUA comes to an end on June 30th.
We Need Churches

Paula Cole Jones

From Better Together
The communities where we live and work and go to school are constantly changing. The nation and the wider world is constantly changing.

GA Presentations | General Assembly

Sophia Fahs Lecture

Paula Cole Jones

From General Assembly Presentations
Video. Whether we consider faith formation, growth, social justice and/or dismantling white supremacy, Unitarian Universalists could use an identity update.

LeaderLab

COIC Innovation

Mary Byron, Mark Hicks, Paula Cole Jones, Karin Lin

From LeaderLab
Our faith is changing and we need innovation in worship, in leadership, and in new communities. How do we support the innovators and risk-takers among us?
Communities

Paula Cole Jones, Renee Ruchotzke

From LeaderLab
How can your congregation practice being a Community of Communities to foster inclusion and diversity?
untangling

Paula Cole Jones

From LeaderLab
There are usually three conversations underlying our communication with each other. How can you untangle them?
Reconciliation As a Spiritual Practice

Paula Cole Jones

From LeaderLab
When we engage in reconciliation, we invite change that will transform a relationship.
Untangling Conversations: A Drive Time Essay

Paula Cole Jones

From LeaderLab
Too often our leaders lead from unexamined fear and frustration. We need to lead from our hopes as embodied in the vision of the Beloved Community.
Why Do We Need A Dialogue on Race & Ethnicity?: A Drive Time Essay

Paula Cole Jones

From LeaderLab
Does your congregation have a vision of being more diverse racially and ethnically or of being more effective in a multicultural world?

Skinner House Books

Encounters
Poems about Race, Ethnicity and Identity

Paula Cole Jones

From Skinner House Books

Thought-provoking insights into race, ethnicity, and identity...

For more information contact bookstore@uua.org.