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PSD Annual Conference Planning Working GroupWorkshop Applications for 2005Page 1 of 610/21/2004

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Title

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Applicant

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Congregation

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Home Phone

Office Phone

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13:99

Worship Arts Lay Ministry

How to determine your con­grega­tion’s wishes for worship services and to energize a committee (lay ministry) to create such programs, using members’ and minister’s skills.

Patricia Kridler

newsprint, markers, easel, and masking tape

2

14:00

Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood

The Campaign for a Com­mer­cial Free Childhood (CCFC) has taken root in the Quad Cities. Members of our social outreach committee would like to tell their story of how our grassroots effort joined forces with the national organization, CCFC, to pilot an education and advocacy effort locally. We will share our print and PowerPoint information and explain how your congregation could also have a local chapter of the CCFC. We envision this as a significant component of our PSD social justice efforts.

Kathy Bowman and Joyce Wiley

PowerPoint presentation space for 30 people

3a

14:01

Get Out the Binoculars! (The Future is in Sight)

What will our congrega­tions be like in 2025? Join mem­bers of the PSD board to hear some “letters from the future,” then create your own letter about your congregation.

Mary Amundsen and PSD board members

3b

14:01

Letters From Our Future

Join the PSD board as we envision the possible future of Unitarian Universalism in the Midwest. This visioning exercise will not only help us chart the course for our district, but provide an excellent tool for congregational planning.

PSD board, Rev. Nancy Haley, Rev. Brian Eslinger

flip chart

Note: need to reconcile duplicate submission from Mary Amundsen

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14:02

Hands-On Spirituality

One of the most universal symbols of hope and courage is the “ peace crane.” Come and hear the story of this powerful symbol, then learn to fold an origami crane. Each partici­pant will leave the work­shop with instructions on how to make a crane (for future folding), a sheet of ideas for intergenera­tional activities using the crane, and a talis­man of hope in the form of a hanging crane. Limit 30 participants.

Cheryll Wallace and Lori Allen

tables and chairs for participants. Limit 30 people per workshop, 6 people per table (5-6 tables total)

Applicant requests that this workshop be repeated – back to back – in the same space, so that more people can take ad­vantage of this opportunity and to accommo­date slower participants and diverse learning styles; possibly do a “head” work­shop, then a “hands-on” workshop.

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14:03

UUA 101: How Our Association Serves All of Us

Ever wondered exactly how your con­gregation benefits from supporting our Unitarian Universalist Associa­tion? Here’s your chance to learn! We’ll outline the myriad ways the UUA serves its mem­ber congrega­tions. We’ll also explain how it’s organized, staffed, and funded. John Blevins, PSD’s UUA trustee, will briefly summarize UUA’s anti-oppression initiatives.

Liz Weber, UUA Annual Program Fund Chair for Prairie Star District, and John Blevins, UUA Trustee from Prairie Star District

overhead transparency projector and spare bulb; flip chart and easel

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