Upcoming Events Offered by the UUA MidAmerica Region

Upcoming Events Offered by the UUA MidAmerica Region

1. “The Future Change Framework: Strategic Direction for a Post-Pandemic World”

Saturday, April 24, 2021, 10:00 am – 1:00 pm EDT

MidAmerica Region is offering a 3-hour workshop with Ian Burbidge, Associate Director of the RSA Lab, and developer of the Future Change Framework. Ian will work collaboratively with participants to surface challenges and opportunities they are experiencing/exploring via the RSA’s Future Change Framework. We’ll explore:

· What we know about crisis and change

· What participants have learned from the pandemic to date.

· Looking ahead to a changing context and hopes and opportunities for the future

Date: Saturday, April 24, 2021 Time: 10a-1p EDT / 9a-12p CDT Registration Deadline: Thursday, April 22 at Midnight EDT / 11p CDT Workshop Capacity: 200 participants

For more information and registration: Future in Post Pandemic World

2. “Congregational Leaders Check-In”

Wednesday, April 21, 2021, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm EDT

This January – June webinar series is for all congregational leaders and will respond directly to the challenges that congregations are encountering during this time of finding new ways to be in religious community and responding to this health emergency. Please register for the sessions you plan to attend.

For more information and registration: Leaders Check-In

3. Sharing Youth Programming In Smaller Congregations

Thursday, April 22, 2021, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm EDT

Join UUA Youth Program staff Shannon Harper and Eric Bliss to talk about ways to enhance your youth programming by joining with other congregations. The target

audience for this webinar is those in congregations with a membership of 120 or fewer. This event is free, brought to you the Small Congregations Task Force of the UUA Congregational Life Staff and is part of the Small Congregations Webinar Series. For more information and registration: Youth Programmin

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