Many Unitarian Universalists experience a deepening commitment to their faith and congregation as a call to accept a position of leadership. This workshop focused on helping lay leaders grow in spirit as they grow as leaders. Webinar presented by the Rev. Phillip Lund on October 1, 2011.
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A simple, useful tool kit for dealing positively with the conflict that is part of the life of even the healthiest of congregations and also will give guidelines for when to call in outside assistance.
Leaders: the late Rev. Georgette Wonders (right), who was minister at Bradford Community Church UU, Kenosha, Wisconsin, and Rev. Ian Evison (left), Congregational Services Director, Central Midwest District of the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Presenters: Judith Frediani (right), Resource Development Director of UUAs Ministries and Faith Development, joins Nancy Combs-Morgan (left), Faith Development Director, Heartland District (since 2013, Congregational Life Consultant for MidAmerica Region UUA).
Tapestry of Faith is an online series of programs and resources for all ages that nurture Unitarian Universalist identity, spiritual growth, a transforming faith, and vital communities of justice and love. These resources are being developed out of a broad series of conversations that articulated a future direction for Unitarian Universalist religious growth and learning and denomination-wide focus groups which helped shape a program that would offer a variety of resources - downloadable, printed, viewable, interactive, and more – a religious growth and learning program for the twenty-first century. We’ll highlight the super resources in the Tapestry of Faith curriculum and discuss the Tapestry of Faith vision statement and how it can be a vision statement for lifespan faith development in your congregation.