at Meadville Lombard campus in Chicago, ILInstructor: Rev. Tandi Rogers
“Everything we do is faith development. All we teach is Unitarian Universalism. The congregation (your ministerial context/life) is the curriculum. The wider community is your classroom.”
—Rev. Connie Goodbread and Jess Hunt
That’s all fine and good. But how do we do that?! We’re going to set you up to do that!
You can take this experience as deep as you like. Extra reading and assignments are eligible for credit toward the UUA Religious Education Credentialing. This experience is 30 continuing education hours for the UUMA.
This course is designed to be a comprehensive introduction to ideas and practices that give Unitarian Universalist Faith Formation its meaning and purpose for people throughout their lives.
The course is designed with principles of anti-racism, anti-oppression, and multicultural teaching and learning in mind, so as to model how this lens applies to religious education. Though this course builds on the Unitarian Universalist tradition, religious educators from all faith traditions are welcome.
Your instructor, Rev. Tandi Rogers, is a Credentialed Religious Educator and ordained clergy who has taught a version of this intensive as a graduate-level class for 10 years. It absolutely lights her up and she can’t wait for you to arrive.
Retreat includes: Access to archives, WNDR Museum field trip, snacks, and instruction.
The course meets at Meadville Lombard Theological School (Chicago, IL) from 9 am – 5 pm, July 24 – 28, 2023. Participants are responsible for their own accommodations, meals, and travel. A $200 non-refundable deposit is required per team or individual.