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December Campus Ministry Gathering

Posted by T. Resnikoff // November 22nd 2013 // Events and Opportunities, On Campus // no comments

Connect with campus ministry leaders Sunday December 1, 2013.


Looking to nourish the souls of the students in your group?  Wanting to create moving worship and facilitate meaningful discussions?  Hoping to take care of your own spirit as well?

Join the Monthly UU Campus Ministry Leaders Connections on the first Sunday of each month! It’s an opportunity to connect with other leaders, share successes and setbacks, and learn ways to enhance your campus ministry.


We’ll connect at 8 pm Eastern on Sunday December 1st via fuzebox (see instructions below).

After introductions and check-in, we’ll hear from special guests on small group worship and deep discussions.  We’ll wrap up by touching on self-care.

Alice King is the Young Adult and Campus Ministry Coordinator at First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego. Alice brings seven years of professional campus ministry experience to our group.  She’ll share her thoughts on how to facilitate meaningful discussions that go deep.

Molly Johnson is the Youth and Young Adult Coordinator at the First Unitarian Universalist Society of San Francisco.  Molly has experience with Soulful Sundown worship, young adult conference-style circle worship, and drop-in worship on campus.  She’ll share ideas about how we can bring moving worship to our student groups!

To see our agenda, click here.


We’ll be using fuze to video conference.  You can also call in via phone!

Link: http://fuze.me/22249975

Phone number: 1-201-479-4595

Meeting Number: 22249975


Click here to check out the agenda, add your questions, and return later to read the notes!

Did you miss last month’s call on getting in touch with UU students?  You can learn about social media and publicity by listening to the audio recording!


About the Author

Ted Resnikoff is the Digital Communications Editor at the Unitarian Universalist Association.
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