The Board asked itself, "How can we do a better job of finding and keeping partners for the overseas churches looking for partners?" They answered with four new program focus areas: Youth Engagement, Support for New Partnerships, Partners Working Together—Community Capacity Building—CCB Process, and Strengthening Partnership with Travel Grants.
Volume 21, Number 2 – Autumn 2014
The four new initiatives, or program focus areas: Youth Engagement, Support for New Partnerships, Partners Working Together—Community Capacity Building—CCB Process, and Strengthening Partnership with Travel Grants.
by Rev. Gary SmithIf you were not able to be at our Annual Meeting in Providence this summer, let me tell you that it was a grand occasion, from the recognition of Lee Boeke Burke to the sound of a small chorale singing Transylvanian songs to us. We introduced to those attending four specific initiatives of the Board, places where we can put your money to work building partnerships right now.
At General Assembly in Providence this June, the 2014 Steward of Partnership award was presented to the following people:Tom Darner, St. John’s Unitarian Universalist Church, Cincinnati, OhioKent Price, Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Castine, MaineRodger Mattlage, First Parish in Concord, Concord.
Starr King School for the Ministry welcomes Rev. Dr. Szabolcs (Szabi) Czire as its 20th Balázs Scholar. He will be here for the first semester, and Rev. Dr. Sándor Kovács will come be the Balázs Scholar for the second semester.
by Margot Fleischman After nearly seven years, the time has come for me to say goodbye to the UU Partner Church Council...
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