Free UUSJ Virtual Social Justice Roundtable

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UUSJ Workshop

Register via Zoom for November 20

Limited Spaces Remain: One Week Left To Register

Go Deeper and in Community with Others

The Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice (UUSJ) invites those who have been actively engaged in social justice making — Social Justice Chairs, Lay-leaders, Ministry Coordinators, Volunteers in Key-Roles, and others — to join together to share information, ideas, concerns, and successful practices.

Come together to cross-pollinate for social justice. Find complete details on the free event or Register for the workshop on Zoom.

This roundtable with Rev. Pippin Whitaker, Co-chair, UUA Commission on Social Witness constitutes a symposium, of sorts, building upon our Nov. 7th Social Justice Awards Ceremony and the comments by Rev. Morn. Note, you need not have attended one to attend the other.

Meet your fellow Social Justice lay-leaders: You’ll get a chance to meet other leaders and personally talk to them about your areas of concern and what is succeeding at their churches. After sharing concrete experiences of both snafus and successes, you will participate in an in-depth discussion of an issue directly related to your day-to-day work.

Topics such as:

  • Congregational Engagement and Accountability in Social Justice
  • Congregational Social Justice Outreach and Relationships
  • Sustainability for Social Justice Activities

We are asking you to come prepared to share. When registering you will be asked which of the discussion topics (above) you would like to attend (1st & 2nd choice), a little about yourself (including your role in social justice work), info about your congregation, and information about the program. By answering these questions we will all be better able to network, share program ideas, and be inspired in our work.

The Social Justice roundtable will provide participants with a forum in which to explore their challenges and aspirations as leaders. Please consider joining us!

Thank You,

UUSJ Social Justice Roundtable Team