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I spent most of yesterday at the UU Church in Eau Claire, Wisconsin facilitating the start-up of their new multigenerational minister, Julie Lepp. They’re a great group of people, and I’m looking forward to going back there toward the end of the church year to see how things are going. In the meantime, here are some snapshots of their lovely building (plus a shot of me in action!).

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This webinar highlighted 10 steps for congregations to consider in becoming a Safe Congregation, including information on safety and liability policies for religious education programs, as well as safe congregation policies for the entire congregation.
Leaders: Rev. Phil Lund, the Lifespan Program Director for the Prairie Star District, and Nancy Combs-Morgan, the Faith Development Director for the Heartland District of the UUA.
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