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Social Media

UU Social Media Year in Review for 2013

Here are a some thoughts in response to Rev. Daniel Harper’s The year in review: UU social media in 2013. I’ll share more thoughts when I have time. Thanks for kicking off the review, Dan! ~ Peter BLOGGING We’ve discussed the issue of UU clergy vs. lay person blogging in the UU Growth Lab and […]

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Announcing Jan 4th, 2014 Social Media Intensive for Congregational Leaders

Friends, on January 4, 2014 I will be leading a social media intensive for congregational leaders.  This event is being held at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson, AZ.   If you are a minister, congregational staff or volunteer interacting with human beings in the United States with internet access and mobile technology,  this event is […]

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Religious Education Schedule Poster

The following guest post is by Barb Greve, Interim Director of Religious Education currently serving the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta, GA, and includes links to download files of the described religious education schedule poster.  ~ Peter By Barb Greve I noticed that several of the Religious Education/Exploration classes in my programs were struggling with […]

Not Guilty

Verdict Part 2 – Is social media driving new expectations for congregations?

I wrote this weekend about the strong reaction many in my UU social media network had to Sunday services that did not create space to process the Trayvon Martin – George Zimmerman verdict from the night before. Many were let down, disappointed, upset. In the day since I’ve been reflecting on how that reaction was […]

Not Guilty

Ignoring the verdict. Is your congregation guilty?

Read follow-up to this post: Verdict Part 2 – Is social media driving new expectations for congregations? We have a problem…  It has to do with congregations failing to meet some of their fundamental responsibility as faith communities offering public worship.  Today some of our congregations are guilty of failing to respond to what was a […]

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New book on humanism, UU theology, and the growth (or not) of the UUA

I just ordered a new book on humanism, our UU theology, and the history of our association, REGAINING BALANCE: THE EVOLUTION OF THE UUA by Michael Werner, published by Religious Humanism Press. I’m excited for this read as this relates directly to conversations we’ve been having in the UU Growth Lab over the last two […]

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New UU Crowdfunding Platform, and Faithful Risk Fund to honor Gini Courter

Update 6/26:  The Faithful Risk Fund is in Gini’s honor, not the platform… There was talk about a crowd sourcing platform as part of honoring her, but that was already in development by the Mass Bay and Clara Barton Districts.  So the platform is a collaboration with first $10,000 in donations supporting its development. Friends, […]


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