Covenant Groups & Small Group Ministry

This list includes every page tagged with "Covenant Groups & Small Group Ministry."

  • By Phillip Lund
    From LeaderLab
    Moving meaningful small group interactions such as covenant groups or chalice circles, to an online format will require intentionality. Here are some practices to get you started.
  • By Phillip Lund, MidAmerica Region of the UUA
    From LeaderLab
    The basics of Zoom and the contents of the "Guide to Streaming Sunday Services, Meetings, and Classes" webpage at uua.org.
  • By Phillip Lund, Sharon Dittmar, MidAmerica Region of the UUA
    From LeaderLab
    Small groups of all kinds can meet online. Covenant groups, a variety of new congregational online groups – art groups, game groups, story groups. Watch to explore how your community can stay connected.
  • By Phillip Lund, Sharon Dittmar, MidAmerica Region of the UUA
    From LeaderLab
    Just because we're social distancing doesn't mean we can't have fun! This webinar gives you all the information you need to host a Virtual Game Night for your congregation. Topics include: using Zoom video conferencing features like polling and break out rooms and the best games to play online.
  • By Karen G. Johnston
    From LeaderLab
    What spiritual practices are available to help us grow our resilience and point us towards collective liberation? Learn about the four-point Spiral from the Work That Reconnects (WTR).
  • From MidAmerica Events
    Small groups of all kinds can meet online. Covenant groups, a variety of new congregational online groups – art groups, game groups, story groups. Watch to explore how your community can stay connected.
  • By Mary Benard
    From LeaderLab
    Do you have publications or other materials from the UUA or Skinner House books that you want to use for online faith development such as religious education or small group ministry? Here are some guidelines:
  • By UUA Congregational Life Staff Group
    From LeaderLab
    Physical distancing doesn't have to mean social isolation. Here are some creative ways to provide pastoral care in a time of physical distancing.
  • By Nancy Pierce, John Benford, Sonja L. Cohen
    From UU World

    Photos and conversation prompts from the UUA General Assembly in Spokane, Washington, June 19–23. 

  • By UUA Congregational Life Staff Group
    From LeaderLab
    As your congregation moves into times of discernment, such as doing vision, mission, or covenant work, powerful questions are ways to surface deep understandings and creative ideas.