Watch this amazing documentary video of the Tree of Life Unitarian Universalist Congregation (McHenry, IL) Choir’s 2016 pilgrimage to Transylvania. Watch below or click here.
Read the Autumn PCNews now—Vol. 23 No. 2. Click here for the PDF.
Arliss Ungar is the 2016 winner of the Louis C. Cornish “Living the Mission” Award! Every year this award recognizes and honors individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to cultivating and sustaining mutually beneficial congregational partnerships between Unitarians and Unitarian Universalists around the world.Ungar has more than demonstrated her commitment to partnership. In addition to making frequent visits to Transylvania herself, she has served for over twenty years in various leadership roles with the Balázs Scholar Program.
As of right now, UUPCC headquarters is located in St. Louis, Missouri!UU Partner Church Council483 E. Lockwood, Suite 109St. Louis MO firstname.lastname@example.orgFor all the ways to contact us, visit: http://uupcc.org/contact
In accordance with UUPCC bylaws, an Annual Report is presented to the membership in advance of the Annual Meeting. The report is available online, and, if you are member in good standing as of May 31, you may request a copy of the Annual Report in the mail by contacting: email@example.com.
New Initiative updates; General Assembly programs; UUPCC Annual Meeting; Cornish and Stewards of Partnership Awards! Read it all right here!
Listen to our newest "Virtual Conferences" at uupcc.org/media/virtual-conferencesNew! Balázs Scholar conference call recorded in April 2016New! UUA Ambassadors conference call recorded in March 2016
With your generous donations, we have exceeded our goal of raising $9000 to support sending Young UU Adults from 11 countries around the world to the ICUU Council Meeting and Conference in the Netherlands this summer! Thank you! To learn more: http://uupcc.org/initiatives/youth/faithify
Monday, February 8, 2016 —The Unitarian Universalist Partner Church Council (UUPCC) has named Rev. Roger Bertschausen as its next Executive Director. He will start work in May and take over the leadership in late June from Executive Director Cathy Cordes, who is retiring."Roger Bertschausen is a great choice to lead UUPCC.
Read about the proclamation and celebration of January 13 as the Day of Religious Freedom on its' 448th anniversary; the Mindfulness Walking Pilgrimage for serious hikers; teaching English to Transylvanian seminarians; and international opportunties for youth and young adults. Click here to read it all.