COMPASS, Navigating the Paths to Liberation Together

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Date(s) - 12/11/2021 - 12/12/2021
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm


Type of event: Webinar


Sponsor: UUA Congregational Life Staff Group

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A time to be with other congregational leaders on the journey towards our shared future. A national virtual event that will include workshops, networking, worship and more.
With so much uncertainty in the wider world, sometimes it can be hard to find one’s bearings.

Join us to find our collective “compass” as we explore interdependence as a path to wholeness.

In February of 2020, the Commission on Institutional Change published its report, “Widening the Circle of Concern,” which called for a deepening in relationship with and a call to explore our shared theology as Unitarian Universalists. The next month, the Global Pandemic caused a nearly complete shutdown of all gathering spaces, including our congregations and communities. This extended time of social distancing has taught us just how much we need each other as individuals and collectives; our interdependence has never been clearer. If the question is, “What is an everyday theology of Unitarian Universalism?” one way we have answered back is, “Interdependence.”

With so much uncertainty in the wider world, sometimes it can be hard to find one’s bearings. Which way is up? Which turn to take? Which risk is worth managing?

You are invited to reach into your spiritual toolkits and grab your “compass,” your wayfinder, that inner voice that points you toward goodness, and join us in charting a path toward a deeper knowing of Unitarian Universalism. Join us for Compass: Navigating the Paths of Liberation Together. Our very own Article II Commission will ask for your input on our ever-evoloving Purposes and Principles. This is Unitarian Universalism, our living tradition, at its theological best: striving to change and be better in a changing world, bending its arc toward a greater inclusivity and a more profound justice for all.

This event is for: lay leaders, religious professionals, adults, youth, members of congregations, and anyone else who is interested in diving into an exploration of interdependence in UU theology and practice.