Useful resources from the UUA about transitioning back to in-person gatherings:
- We Remain Committed to Public Health and Safety (January 28 press release from Susan Frederick-Gray)
- Guidance on Gathering In Person (Updated January 27 to eliminate reference to May 2021)
- Online and/or In Person? Guiding Questions
Looking for links to other organizations and resources? Here are a few that may help:
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA)
The Liberal Religious Educators Association (LREDA) – the professional organization for religious educators.
The UU Ministers Association (UUMA) – the professional organization for UU ministers.
The Association for UU Music Ministries – the professional organization for UU musicians
UUA Trauma Ministry Team – if your congregation has experience trauma, please contact your regional staff first, the trauma ministry team will expect this
UUA Office of Church Staff Finances – information on benefits, salaries, tax rules and more.
UUA Office of Fundraising and Stewardship Development – information on money in congregations.
UUA Leader Lab – a new resource that provides resources on every topic related to congregational life. Includes a searchable database of recordings of old webinars and workshops, blog posts, articles, videos and more. How to be a board training is also included.
Regional Websites (see the map to determine your region if you don’t know)
- Central East Region
- Mid-America Region
- New England Region
- Pacific Western Region
- Southern Region
- Canadian Unitarian Council (for congregations in Canada)