The Unitarian Universalist 
Society for Community Ministries
 

Greetings from UUSCM 

Our Mission

The Unitarian Universalist Society for Community Ministries (UUSCM) is a Unitarian Universalist movement of lay ministers & ordained clergy committed to promoting a broad spectrum of healing and social justice ministries.  We believe that only through many diverse forms of ministry can we heal the broken, create justice, and live in harmony with the spirit of life.  We hold a vision of a larger ministry that sees the world as its parish.


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SEE YOU AT GA!!

GA TALKS


MULTIGENERATIONAL WORSHIP AND COMMUNITY MINISTRY


1:15 – 2:30PM | B117-119 Young Adults @ GA


Come and participate in GA Talks! GA Talks, TED-style presentation designed to entertain, educate and inform, provide an opportunity to listen to stories and wisdom from fellow Unitarian Universalists. Today’s speakers are Rev. Christina Leone Tracy and Lincoln Statler. Hosted by Kenny Wiley and the Young Adults @GA community. 
Rev. Christina Leone Tracy, Kenny Wiley, 
and Lincoln W. Statler.



MAKING SPACE FOR ENTREPRENEURIAL MINISTRY, INSIDE AND AROUND THE PARISH


3:00 - 4:15PM | E147-148 

UU Society for Community Ministries, UU Ministers Association, Unitarian Universalist Association


Entrepreneurial community ministry is recognized as the type of cutting-edge ministry that is meeting the changing demographic and spiritual needs of the 21st century. This workshop is a nuts and bolts illustration of three successful partnerships between the parish and these new faith entrepreneurs, jointly sponsored by the UUSCM, UUMA, and UUA. 
Rev. Barbara Meyers, Rev. Lisa McDaniel-Hutchings, Rev. Jeremy Nickel, Rev. Myriam Renaud
Rev. Tom Capo, and Rev. Matthew Crary 

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