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  • 07 Jun 2018 7:49 PM | Inanna Arthen (Administrator)

    If you're coming to GA, we'd like you to know about these upcoming community ministry and UUSCM sponsored events - and if you are not attending, please pass the word to those you know who are:

    Opportunities to Volunteer!

    The UUSCM booth will need volunteers to help staff the booth during the exhibit hall hours. Get in touch with the booth coordinator, Doug Jones (217-377-6787 or, or visit our booth, #513, at the start of GA.   

    Community Minister Meet-up: Active and Considering Community Ministry

    If you're a UUMA member attending Ministry Days, please join us. Tuesday, June 19 from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

    Metropolitan KC Restaurant in the Marriott Downtown,

    200 12th Street, Kansas City.

    You can let us know you're coming on the UUMA Meet-up page at The UUMA and UUSCM are exploring some exciting opportunities for collaboration to benefit community ministers, including recommending clergy membership in both organizations for all active UU clergy and increasing support for community ministry clergy seeking affiliation with congregations. Find out more and let us know what's happening in your ministry!

    UUSCM Annual Pub Night
    Coming to GA? Interested in learning more about community ministry - including the lay ministry movement? Join us for our ever popular Pub Night!
    Friday, June 22 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    Big John's Deck - On the Roof!
    928 Wyandotte St, Kansas City, MO 64105
    No-host bar - appetizers on UUSCM! For all members and friends! UU community ministry is growing - with both clergy and lay leaders having a part!
    Join us, learn more... and have fun!

    UUA Networking Event: Are You a Lay Minister? Come Find Out! 
    Friday, June 22 7:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
    Room 2211 in the Kansas City Convention Center
    Lay ministry is happening in the UU world! Join both lay and clergy members of the UU Society for Community Ministries to learn more about it. UUSCM is a UU affiliate organization which offers recognition of the committed service of UU leaders as lay ministry. Learn more about how your work in UU settings and in the community could be strengthened by identifying as a UU lay minister. UUSCM also offers resources and support for lay ministers seeking a formal relationship with their congregations as commissioned lay ministers.

    Opportunities for Promotion!

    Current members of UUSCM may offer a stack of business cards, brochures or other free promotional material at the UUSCM booth in the exhibit hall. Just stop by the booth with your materials. Only one card, flyer or brochure per person, please!

    If you are a UUSCM member and you're on the GA program as a panelist or presenter, please let us know what you're presenting, and the day, time and room. We'll put something up at the booth about it. (If you can, contact us with this information before GA.)

    Email with questions or information: your email will be forwarded to the correct person immediately.

  • 03 Jun 2017 3:48 PM | Amanda Aikman

    The UUSCM Annual Membership Meeting will be held Via ZOOM on Wednesday. June 14, at 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Please contact by Friday, June 9 for an invitation to the ZOOM meeting space.

  • 04 Jul 2015 12:35 PM | Charles (Scot) Giles

    UUSCM will hold its Annual Meeting by online conference this year on Wednesday, July 29, 2015 at 4 pm Pacific, 5 pm Mountain, 6 pm Central, 7 pm Eastern Time.

    The Meeting will be held using Zoom, and Director Jeremy Taylor will be the webmaster. The meeting will be recorded to aid in the taking of minutes, so if you wish to participate you are also giving permission to be recorded.

    Zoom is video conferencing software. It's free. If you register to attend the meeting you will receive a link in an email. At the time of the meeting click on the link and you will be asked to download and install a small program on your computer. Then you will join in the conference.

    To participate by computer you need to have a computer with speakers, internet connection and a web camera. If you do not have a computer you can participate by telephone. The email with the link will also have a call-in number.

    If you'd like to attend send Scot an email at


  • 26 Apr 2015 8:51 PM | Michelle Walsh


    3:00 - 4:15PM | Oregon Ballroom 201, Commit2Respond 

    Lummi Nation leaders & allies share their direct experience about current and future challenges, the opportunities generated by climate change, and the intersection with social and environmental justice. Through a "Witness" response process, with Rev. Kurt Kuhwald, Rev. Dr. Leisa Huyck, Rev. Kate Lore, they will dialogue about forming effective, and lasting coalitions. 

    Councilman Jay Julius Jewell, Praying Wolf James, Deborah Cruz, and Dr. Kurt Russo 

  • 26 Apr 2015 8:49 PM | Michelle Walsh


    3:00 - 4:15PM | F151-152, UU Ministers Association/UU Society For Community Ministry/UUA 

    For centuries ministry has happened inside and outside congregations. This workshop will highlight stories of entrepreneurial ministry in three different settings. What have these entrepreneurial ministers learned about themselves, their calls, Unitarian Universalism and the changing religious landscape? And how might these lessons help us in this new era. 

    Rev. Tandi Rogers, Rev. Brock LeachRev. Don Southworth, and Rev. Michelle Walsh

  • 26 Apr 2015 8:45 PM | Michelle Walsh


    1:15 - 2:30PM | Portland Ballroom 254, UU Ministers Association/UUA 

    Evaluations? What, and why, are you evaluating? Sometimes, Ministries are the subject of evaluation: how well is the mission being carried out? Other times, Ministers are being evaluated: assessing individual strengths and growing edges. Learn about Fulfilling the Call and evaluation tools suitable for each purpose. 

    Rev. Alicia Forde, Rev. Don Southworth, and Rev. Cheryl M. Walker 

  • 26 Apr 2015 8:42 PM | Michelle Walsh


    1:15 - 2:30PM | E143-144 Healing Moments Alzheimer's Ministry 

    Finding creative ways to react and respond to persons with Alzheimer's can make a difference in the quality of their lives and relationships. Providing state-of-the-art information grounded in Alzheimer's science, and teaching unique techniques drawn from spiritual practices and improvisational theatre, this workshop is enlightening, inspirational, and fun!

    Rev. Laura Randall and Rev. Darrick Jackson

  • 26 Apr 2015 8:41 PM | Michelle Walsh


    8:40AM  |  General Session IV, Hall CD

    Join Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh, President-Elect of the UU Society for Community Ministries, and Rev. Don Southworth, Executive Director of the UU Ministers Association, as they share their passionate hopes and dreams for the transformative possibilities of community ministry in our faith. Together they will explore the many creative dimensions of ministry beyond the walls of our congregations, both past and present, and share their visions and practical tips for supporting lay and clergy-led community ministries in the future.

    Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh and Rev. Don Southworth

  • 26 Apr 2015 8:39 PM | Michelle Walsh


    4:45 - 6:00PM | Oregon Ballroom 202, UU Ministers Association/UUA 

    In January 2015 the UUA and UUMA created a new two-year inter-faith program focused on building skills for entrepreneurial ministry. The program is a partnership with business schools around the country. One of the program themes is based on design thinking principles. Learn about the program, design thinking and meet some of our budding entrepreneurs. 

    Rev. Peter Morales and Rev. Don Southworth

  • 26 Apr 2015 8:37 PM | Michelle Walsh


    4:45 - 6:00PM | B117-119, Harvard Divinity School and UU Collegium 

    Join us as we explore class issues in Unitarian Universalist congregations. What insights and tools does our history offer as we seek to honor class diversity and work toward economic justice? What about our various theologies? What can class- inclusive theologies look like? Come share your experiences and ideas with this panel of historians and theologians.

    Rev. Myriam Renaud, Rev. Sheri Prud'homme, Dr. Daniel McKanan, and Rev. Mark Harris 

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