A Year of Learning and Connection for Smaller Congregations
Brought to you by your Regional UUA Congregational Life Staff
We know that small congregations are sharing the Love and Grace of Unitarian Universalism with their people and their communities every day. We also know that small churches can be faced with big challenges. Together we can help small congregations reach toward their greatest potential.
NEW - this webinar series is full. However, we are offering an "overflow" to congregations interested who want to view the videos and participate in the Pi Day events. Videos will be sent out 2-3 days after the webinar. The cost for this option is $25. You can register below.
Register your congregation to participate in:
Smalls Making a Big Difference Oct. 16
Right Sizing Your Congregation’s Operations Nov. 13
Stewardship and Sustainability for the Long Haul Jan. 15
Being Beloved Community Feb. 12
Pi Day In-Person Event Near(ish) You! March 14, 2020
- Why Pi Day? Small number, infinite possibility!
- Facilitated by our regional staff with a video welcome from UUA president Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray
- Meet other smaller congregation leaders
- Meaningful conversations
- Share support, ideas, and resources
- Explore opportunities for collaboration and ongoing shared learning
- Of course, there will be PIE!
Cost: $45 per congregation gets you -
Access to all four webinars - for any number of your members (offered twice on each date - at 7:00 pm eastern and 7:00 pm pacific times)
Recordings of all webinars to share with your membership
Access to your Regional Congregational Life staff live on each webinar
Invitation to in-person Pi Day gatherings (locations & costs TBD, to be posted as they are confirmed)
We offer a reduced $25 rate for those who are currently financially stretched. Click that payment option when you register. Can’t manage $25? Contact Beth Casebolt at email@example.com who will connect you with your regional staff for other assistance options.
If you have questions about this event, please contact Beth Casebolt who will connect you with your region's representative.