Online GA

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  • By Paula Cole Jones
    From General Assembly Presentations
    Video. Whether we consider faith formation, growth, social justice and/or dismantling white supremacy, Unitarian Universalists could use an identity update.
  • By Susan Katz Miller
    From General Assembly Presentations
    Workshop video. Celebrate the religious kaleidoscope! Come tell the story of your complex, fluid, multiple religious or secular bonds or identity.
  • By Nancy McDonald Ladd
    From General Assembly Presentations
    Workshop video. For generations, liberal pulpits have rung with grand sermons about progress “onward and upward forever,” yet our people struggle to make sense of both their own suffering and enduring injustice all around us.
  • Video. The mini assembly is the opportunity to propose amendments to the draft Statement of Conscience (SOC) and to discuss its content prior to the vote.
  • By Anna Bethea, Marchaé Grair
    From General Assembly Presentations
    Workshop video and slides. Storytelling. Digital communications. Strategy. Equity. Let’s talk about the future of Outreach.
  • From General Assembly Presentations
    Workshop video. Side with Love, Interfaith Organizing Initiative Project of Center for Race, Religion and Economic Democracy UUs are called to #sidewithlove and align with frontline partners who center those impacted by injustice.
  • From General Assembly Presentations
    Workshop slides and dialogue. Creating the communities we envision calls us to employ new tools that center the needs and ideas of those who are under-represented.
  • From General Assembly Presentations
    Workshop slides. Vibrant congregations have leaders that work together in service of their mission, vision and UU values.
  • From General Assembly Presentations
    Workshop slides. Learn how permaculture ethics and principles and can be applied not just to gardening, but also to creating sustainable communities, including UU congregations.
  • From General Assembly Presentations
    Workshop slides. Truth and Reconciliation brings together indigenous and non-indigenous communities to strive to heal trauma, address inequities, and restore, protect and preserve indigenous lifeways.