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WE ARE BRAVE: BUILDING REPRODUCTIVE AUTONOMY & VOICES FOR EQUITY
3:00 - 4:15PM | D133-134, Western States Center
The Western State Center is leading the national work at the intersection of economic justice and reproductive justice. They are building the leadership of women of color and working to lift the Medicaid exclusions for women who don't benefit from abortion coverage in Oregon. They partner with statewide and national organizations across the country, including the UUA.
Aimee Santos-Lyons, Jessica Halperin, and Rev. Rob Keithan
MAKING SPACE FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL MINISTRY, INSIDE AND AROUND THE PARISH 3:00 - 4:15PM | E147-148, UU Society for Community Ministries, UU Ministers Association, UUA
Entrepreneurial community ministry is recognized as the type of cutting-edge ministry that is meeting the changing demographic and spiritual needs of the 21st century. This workshop is a nuts and bolts illustration of three successful partnerships between the parish and these new faith entrepreneurs, jointly sponsored by the UUSCM, UUMA, and UUA.
Rev. Barbara Meyers, Rev. Lisa McDaniel-Hutchings, Rev. Jeremy Nickel, Rev. Myriam Renaud, Rev. Tom Capo, and Rev. Matthew Crary.
LOVING THE HELL OUT OF THIS WORLD, PART TWO: THAT'S CHURCH???
3:00 - 4:15PM | B115-116, Red Pill Brethren
Inside Look and Discussion with New Missional or Incarnational Community Leaders in the UU world living out the "bigger bandwidth" of church needed to serve an emerging culture that is hungering for different forms of spiritual community and relationships than in church as it has been. The Welcome Table. Sacred Path. Cabaret Church and Others. Reports from the front lines.
Rev. Sean Dennison, Lori Stone Sirtosky, and Rev. Ron Robinson
YOUNG ADULT WORSHIP 101
1:15 - 2:30PM | A107-108, YA@GA
Do you love young adult style worship, but lack the tools to lead it? Are you confused about what young adult worship really is? Join us to learn innovative, participatory worship techniques to engage and include not only young adults, but folks of all generations!
THINK, FEEL, ACT: CHALLENGING ESCALATING INEQUALITY
1:15 - 2:30PM | D133-134, UU Justice Arizona and Valley UU Congregation of Chandler, AZ
This workshop will inform and inspire UUs to challenge Escalating inequality through social action in their own locales. The workshop will proceed in three parts: A PowerPoint presentation on the facts about escalating inequality; an interactive workshop on your personal stories and experiences with economic (in)justice; and action ideas to take home with you.
Dr. Anne Schneider, Paul Mitchell, and Rev. Lisa McDaniel-Hutchings
BODIES COUNT: NEW WAY FOR EARTH, HUMANS, ANIMALS
1:15 - 2:30PM | Oregon Ballroom 202, UU Food Justice Ministry
What does it mean to embody [r]evolution in this time of great danger and opportunity? Join us as we use words, images, movement, and music to coax out the wisdom, passion, and love within us needed to birth a [r]evolution of systems and consciousness deeply rooted in embodied spiritual practice.
Rev. Dr. Beth Johnson, Rev. Peggy Clarke, Christopher Sims, and Matt Meyer
IF I HAD A HAMMER: BEST PRACTICES IN YOUTH SERVICE-LEARNING TRIPS
1:15 - 2:30PM | B113-114, UU College of Social Justice
Service trips are a tradition for many youth groups: it's powerful to travel, learn, & volunteer together. But what makes a trip succeed? What shifts it from a fleeting experience into lasting insight? Join UUCSJ to explore our shared capacity for transformative youth trips. Come hear from participants, leaders & hosts - and share your wisdom, too.
Laura Lubin, Sam Wilson, and Rev. Deanna Vandiver
EXPANDING THE WELCOME TABLE: UUS GET REAL ABOUT CLASS
1:15 - 2:30PM | D135-136
Commission on Appraisal and UU Class Conversations
Class stereotypes play a key role in escalating income inequality. This interactive workshop explores how classism limits your congregation's ability to thrive. Together we will identify new ways to address classism and create a more inclusive and cohesive social-justice focused faith community that uses and celebrates the gifts of all its members.
Rev. Dr. Nana' Kratochvil, Kellie C. Kelly, Rev. Elizabeth Nguyen, and Rev. Dr. Dorothy Emerson
CREATE AND BUILD NEW UUA LEADERSHIP
1:15 - 2:30PM | E141-142, Appointments and Nominating Committees
Appointments and Nominating Committees Create New Leadership! Are you inspired for Unitarian Universalism? Learn how to build ways beyond your congregation and change our denomination. There are many leadership and service opportunities within our Association that need your work. Come learn about different opportunities...and how you can get involved.
Dr. Hope Johnson and Rev. Darrick Jackson
CONGREGATIONS AND BETWEEN
1:15 - 2:30PM | B115-116
We have great potential to impact each other and our communities when we work together and see ourselves as one. Join us to explore how Unitarian Universalists are blurring the lines of traditional congregational and geographical borders to share resources, work together, and positively impact the communities we serve.
Rev. David A. Miller and Rev. Kierstin Homblette
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