Pacific Western Region News Archive
Pacific Western Region News Archive
  • Build Your Website With a Powerful UU Tool

    Wishing you could have a website that made your congregation shine? Searching for a platform that’s easy to use and low-cost? The new Unitarian Universalist Association's (UUA) WordPress Theme for Congregations is just the tool you need. The Theme, created by Christopher Wulff...
  • 2015-16 PWR Webinar Offerings

    We are officially off and running with the 2015-16 Pacific Western Region (PWR) Webinar Offerings ! Gain insight, discuss with religious leaders, and focus your congregation’s learning team on what matters. This year the PWR staff provide a variety of exciting offerings with...
  • Welcoming Congregation Renewal

    Twenty-six years after the launch of the Welcoming Congregation Program, the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) has some great news! Seventy-six percent of UUA congregations overall and 95% of congregations over 100 members are recognized as Welcoming Congregations. “With...
  • UUA Common Read Discussion Guide Now Available

    The discussion guide is now available for this year’s Common Read selection, Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson. The guide invites participants to explore and examine some of the underlying themes in the book, including justice, mercy, compassion,...
  • Clergy Seminar Series in Congregation-Based Spiritual Direction

    Religious leaders interested in attending the Clergy Seminar Series on Congregational Based Spiritual Direction training in Boulder, CO, may still register. Although the registration website shows the training in Boulder is sold out, there is still room. If you are interested,...
  • Big Faith of Beloved Community; No Borders to our Love

    In our work, we frequently draw on Dr. King’s definition of justice as “love correcting everything that stands against love.” Love goes way beyond a feeling. Love is a practice . A practice of correcting whatever stands against love: structures that exclude; systems that punish...

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