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November Call: New and Old UUs

Posted by Kayla Parker // October 24th 2012 // Events and Opportunities, On Campus // no comments

Our second campus ministry community call of the 2012-2013 academic year is this Sunday, November 4th at 9pm Eastern time

Whether you have been doing this work for years, have just begun, or are overwhelmed by the idea of beginning, we welcome you. We are student leaders, lay leaders, and religious professionals and all others involved in UU campus ministry.

All calls this year will be held on the first Sunday of every month at 9pm Eastern time.

We will be convening this Sunday, November 4th at 9pm Eastern time


We will have brief introductions and then begin the discussion of how our campus ministry groups can meet the needs of new UUs, folks who have been raised UU, seekers, and those who realized they were UU a while ago.

We will have time at the end for questions you are mulling over regarding your campus ministry and would like feedback from other leaders on. Please come with your thoughts on the topic and questions for the group!

How to connect:

We will be connecting both through the telephone and online through anymeeting, so that we might see one another’s faces. If you can only connect to the phone call, please still join us! Connecting to anymeeting is not required, but is great.

Step One: Anymeeting

Simply connect to our anymeeting gathering by copying and pasting the link below, and you’ll come to the online portal.


Step Two: Phone Conference Call

Do not use the number that anymeeting provides, we’ve got our own number so we’re going to keep using that one.

Instructions for Connecting to the Conference Call:
Call into the conference call:  1 (605) 477-3000
Enter your access code 571431#
Touch Tone Command Explanations:
Instructions – *4 key
Plays a menu of touch tone commands
Mute – *6 key
Press *6 to mute your line, press *6 again to un-mute the line

If you get dropped from the call, just call back in! You won’t be interrupting anything.

I am looking forward to having all of you I have worked with before and those of you I have yet to meet on the call!

Your fan,



P.S. Want to have a UU evening? Check out the Church of the Larger Fellowship’s service right before this at 8pm Eastern! http://www.questformeaning.org/reflecting/worship



About the Author

Kayla Parker is editor of Becoming: A Spiritual Guide for Navigating Adulthood. She is currently a seminarian at Yale Divinity School, and Ministerial Intern at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Meriden, CT.
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