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Get on the Program at GA’14

Posted by T. Resnikoff // October 3rd 2013 // Events and Opportunities, GA, On Campus, young adults, youth // one comment

Propose Your Vision of How “Love Reaches Out”








The General Assembly (GA) Planning Committee, the UUA Board of Trustees, and the UUA Administration seeks program proposals for GA 2014 in Providence, RI on the theme of “Love Reaches Out”.  You are encouraged and invited to help our association grow into a future where our “Love Reaches Out” to share our faith both within and beyond our congregations’ walls.

Program proposals for GA 2014 should engage with one or more facets of how we can more effective and better share our message of love.

All proposals must be submitted by Friday, Nov. 1, 2013. More detailed selection criteria program proposal application can be found here.



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Ted Resnikoff is the Digital Communications Editor at the Unitarian Universalist Association.
One Response to “Get on the Program at GA’14”
  1. Doug Jones says:

    Hello fellow UU Campus Ministry Leaders,

    We are putting together an application to do a workshop at GA 2014. We are still working on the title and looking for presenters – story contributors – and references

    The Title will be something like the following:

    Extending Congregational Small Group Ministry to “Mind The Gap”
    Congregational Small Group Ministry Reaching Out to Campus, Café’s & Beyond

    – UU ministry for bridgers is scant (resource constrained)
    – Most sustained UU Campus Ministries include modified SGM lead by paid staff.
    – Small Group Ministry (SGM) is strong in our congregations

    What can a congregation with a small group ministry do to address the “other side of the bridge?”

    – Create SGM on campuses and other locations (Cafés, Taverns, etc.) that are attractive to young adults. Meet consistently.
    – Use current congregational SGM facilitator training and support infrastructure
    – Offer free food
    – Provide a SGM structured opportunity for Deep Listening
    – Encourage “drop-in” attendance
    – Provide access to Pastoral Care
    – Include occational social action, service and fun activities

    Let us know ASAP if you would like to join this effort.

    Doug Jones, Outreach Director, Channing Murray Foundation, Urbana IL
    Helen Zidowecki, President, UU Small Group Ministry Network
    Peter Bowden, UU Small Group Ministry Network and UU Growth Lab
    The Rev. Dee Graham, Campus Minister southern Florida
    Annie Gonzalez, UUA Young Adult and Campus Ministry Associate

    PS. Sorry for the late request… please respond quickly… the application is due 11-1-2013.

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