April 13, 9:30am – 11:30am in UL302
Presented by Sara Clavez, Shannon Sonoras, and the Rev. Connie Grant.
This two hour workshop will deepen our understanding of UU history, traditions and current practices as well as looking at how all of this affects the ways in which we do UU lay leadership.
The Engagement Team is offering workshops based on the Harvest the Power program developed by the Unitarian Universalist Association.
Harvest the Power is a series of workshops designed to provide leadership skill development that goes hand-in-hand with faith development. Through discussion, art, play and introspection, the program helps lay leaders grow in spirit as they grow as leaders. Harvest the Power addresses the reality that today’s leaders operate at a time of rapid cultural change, both in and outside our congregations. Leaders need a broad range of skills, both technical and visionary. Whether you are new to congregational leadership or an experienced leader in our congregation, these workshops offer opportunities to enrich the skills you bring to your leadership and will raise awareness of how you and others experience leadership as part of your Unitarian Universalist faith journey.
There are no prerequisites, no obligation to participate in all the workshops and no cost to you for participating. We do ask that you preregister so we can have enough copies of the materials for all participants. Minimum 8 people by Thursday, April 11.