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Youth and Adult Ally Leadership Development CON 2015. Apply now!

Where: First Universalist Church, Denver, CO When: Friday, Nov 13 – Sunday, November 15th. What: This basic training will provide youth and adults with facilitation skills, a clear understanding of what it means to be a spiritual leader and prepare you for leadership positions in your congregation, the district, and at youth cons. Any sophomore or junior who attends this training is able to then apply for the District Youth Chair position. LDC Grads can be: Gaggle Group Leaders – small group ministry facilitators at cons. Con Planners –…

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Front Range Staff Development Day

I am delighted to welcome Jan Gartner and Alicia Forde, from the UUA office of professional development. They are the dynamic duo for professional development in our Unitarian Universalist tradition. I know it will be helpful to have voices from a wider perspective to inform conversations. I hope you will bring your full staff team to this day long opportunity for learning, conversation and team building. The focus will be on developing strong program staff teams. Understanding the worship, pastoral, prophetic, education and outreach aspects…

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Building Beloved Community 2014

Thank you for making this an outstanding event! Join us again next year…. Building Beloved Community: Social Change as Religious Vocation and Who Are Our Neighbors? Two workshop events hosted by First Unitarian Church in Albuquerque, NMJanuary 24-25, 2014 Registration is now closed for this event. Building skills for intercultural communication and community is key to living into the power and potential of our faith. Who Are Our Neighbors introduces participants to a developmental model of engaging with difference and culture. Based on the Developmental…

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Crossing Borders: A Journey of Faith

A BorderLinks Trip sponsored by the Mountain Desert District of the Unitarian Universalist Association The trip will be a service/learning/reflection journey for Unitarian Universalists (ages 16 and over) to engage in the issues of human rights and immigration at the Arizona/Sonora, Mexico border. We will visit with individuals and organizations that provide basic assistance to migrants, create community-based alternatives, and advocate for just policies on both sides of the border. We will meet with people who are directly affected by current economic and immigration policies,…

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