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This list includes every page or product from UUA.org, UU World magazine, or inSpirit books & gifts that is tagged with Crisis Planning in Congregations or its children.

  • Leaders recommend suspending worship gatherings and other large events; staff are working from home; UUA events in the next month have been moved online or canceled.

    By Elaine McArdle | March 11, 2020 | From UU World
    Tagged as: Illness, Work, Crisis Planning in Congregations
  • Many congregations record or stream their in-person services so that people can participate even if they can't be there in person. Some use low tech video with one person in front of the camera in order to record and/or stream the sermon and similar Sunday service elements.​ Others have cameras...

    Leader Resource | By Renee Ruchotzke | March 10, 2020 | From LeaderLab
    Tagged as: #COVID19, Crisis Planning in Congregations, Worship Tips
  • What a congregation can, and should do, to prepare themselves for disasters.

    Webinar | By Julie Taylor, Lisa Presley, MidAmerica Region of the UUA, UU Trauma Response Ministry | October 29, 2018 | For Adults | From LeaderLab
    Tagged as: Crisis Planning in Congregations, Trauma and Disaster Response
  • Your Disaster Relief Fund donations directly impact the recovery of our congregations, their members, and their community partners.

    Utility | September 29, 2017
    Tagged as: Congregation-Based Community Organizing, Crisis Planning in Congregations, Giving & Generosity, Support and Caring in Congregations
  • Our Disaster Relief Fund is part of a covenant—a covenant between the UUA and congregations, between congregations who give generously and those in need, and with our community partners.

    Utility | September 8, 2017
    Tagged as: Congregation-Based Community Organizing, Crisis Planning in Congregations, Trauma and Disaster Response, Giving & Generosity, Support and Caring in Congregations
  • Our congregations strive to be safe and welcoming places to all....

    Utility | By Safe Congregations Team | April 3, 2014
    Tagged as: Conflict Management in Congregations, Healthy Behavior, Records & Security, Trauma, Violence, Crisis Planning in Congregations, Safe Congregations
  • Is it possible to imagine that an armed intruder could show up on Sunday morning at one of our congregations, inflamed about our inclusiveness or a particular justice stance we’ve taken in the community, and proceed to do us harm? It happened in 2008 at Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist...

    By Donald E. Skinner | April 8, 2013 | From InterConnections
    Tagged as: Conflict Management in Congregations, Facilities Management, Staffing & Supervision, Crisis Planning in Congregations, Congregational Administration, Governance for Congregations, Safe Congregations
  • If you’re fortunate, you’ll never arrive at your meetinghouse to find your rainbow flag or marriage equality banner ripped, defaced with swastikas, burned, or simply stolen. But what if you do? How should you respond? Late one Saturday afternoon in 2001, at First Parish of Sudbury, Mass., a...

    By Donald E. Skinner | February 1, 2013 | From InterConnections
    Tagged as: Crisis Planning in Congregations, Multiculturalism, Safe Congregations
  • Installing a new kitchen range or remodeling your congregation’s kitchen space? Be aware that you may be required to add a range hood with fire suppression features. That’s what the Unitarian Universalist Church in Meriden, CT, found when it redid its converted farmhouse. Such hoods have long...

    By Donald E. Skinner | March 15, 2009 | From InterConnections
    Tagged as: Facilities Management, Crisis Planning in Congregations
  • After a member of East Shore Unitarian Church in Bellevue, WA, had a heart attack at a church meeting and subsequently died, the congregation bought two automatic external defibrillators. One is kept outside the sanctuary, the other in the education building....

    By Donald E. Skinner | June 15, 2005 | From InterConnections
    Tagged as: Facilities Management, Crisis Planning in Congregations, Disability & Accessibility, Safe Congregations