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Blue Boat: Youth and Young Adult Blog

Call and Response: Journeys in UU Lifespan Faith Development

  • By Bart Frost My first congregational event as a brand new Director of Religious Education was an ordination. I was greeted with smiles,...
  • You might not think that an historic resort on an isolated island would be the perfect place to talk about dynamic, innovative and faithful...
  • by Sally Patton See me beautiful each and every day. Could you take a chance? Could you find a way to see me shining through In every thing...

Central East Regional Group

  • By Beth Casebolt
    In our regional staff team we joke about our “superpowers”. These are fun, amazing skills each of us have that we like to joke about - for example, one of us can tetris 7 people’s luggage and equipment into the back of van in a matter of minutes, and another can knit fruits, veggies and animals out of yarn.
  • By Shannon Harper
    What kind of leaders do[es] our faith and our planet need in a future that is as close as tomorrow? What does sustainable leadership look like when burnout and overwhelm are so prevalent?
  • By Shannon Harper
    The Central East Region is excited to announce the creation of a new week-long youth leadership experience happening this summer in 2019. Rising River will include several aspects of the previous Goldmine Leadership School but with lots of new exciting changes.
  • By Andrea Lerner
    Yet we've learned that conflicts can present great opportunities for building community by examining together what we value the most and clarifying our purpose and mission as a community.
  • Opportunities to Be a Part of Summer Institute
  • By Patricia Infante
    I have just returned from the annual Fall Conference of the Liberal Religious Educators Association in Houston TX. The theme was “Changing the Narrative” and issues of white supremacy culture within our denomination and the urgency of empowering and sustaining leaders of color were central. What...
  • By Paula Cole Jones
    The communities where we live and work and go to school are constantly changing. The nation and the wider world is constantly changing.
  • By Renee Ruchotzke
    Our church needed a new roof and we didn’t have the money to pay for it. We had a member who yelled at people during coffee hour. New members weren’t stepping up to volunteer, let alone be leaders. When new people did step up, their ideas were ignored....
  • By Alex Kapitan
    Is your congregation ready to take your welcome to the next level?...
  • By Beth Casebolt
    Do you have new board members joining your leadership team this year? Do you have returning board members?...
  • One of the things I love about summer is the way you can let concepts and ideas seep into you in a new way, swim around in your heart and gut, forming their own new paths of meaning and inspiring more active steps when the time is right. In that vein, the Central East Region would like to offer a...
  • By David Pyle
    For the last four years, I have had the honor of serving the congregations of the Central East Region of the UUA, first as the District Executive of the Joseph Priestley District, and then as a Primary Contact and as a specialist in governance, staffing, ministry, and pastoral care.
  • July 1 marks the beginning of the summer season for the UUA. During July and August, the UUA has a shorter work day from 9a to 4p. Our regional staff also work shorter days during these two months....
  • By Shannon Harper
    Summer is a glorious season. Traditionally it’s sold as a leisure time, a time to relax, enjoy yourself, get outdoors and have some fun.
  • Attending General Assembly can be an overwhelming experience even for those who have attended several times. Being a delegate and needing to understand what is happening in plenary is even more challenging....

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