UUAMP is committed to providing opportunities for our members to grow and develop professionally. Accessible from the “Continued Learning” menu above is the UUAMP Certification Program as well as our massive library of resources. Also, below we have listed topics of our webinars, book discussions, and in-person gatherings – all chosen to help fulfill our mission of sustaining and nurturing the ministry of membership in UU congregations. We encourage anyone passionate about deepening your skills, professional relationships, and gaining a deeper understanding of your work to attend these offerings.

UUAMP is committed to helping all Unitarian Universalist congregations do our work better.  Everyone is welcome to join the Book Discussions and Connections Chats!

2019 Professional Days!

Please join us for a enriching two day Pro-Day on May 1 & 2, 2019 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin!  We will bring you workshops, networking, support, self care and a wonderful time with colleagues!  Bonus this year:  if you bring two or more folks from your congregation, you’ll receive a 50% discount on the second + registration.  Registration will be open soon!  Stay tuned for more information!

It’s a great way to get to know your colleagues, gain support, renew your soul and learn valuable skills to take back to your home congregations.  


Book Discussions

Sign up here to register for our 2018 Book Discussions!

February 28, 1 pm:  “Serving with Grace”

March 13, 3 pm:  “Mobilizing Congregations”

April 12, 7 pm: “Braving the Wilderness”

Connections Chats

Come together to talk about what’s working, what we need help with, and to get to know one another around a topic! Chats are scheduled for our UUAMP members as topics are raised. Become a member to join the UUAMP Facebook group and gain first access to these valuable conversations!

Join us for a very special presentation on Friday, October 26th at 3:00 pm EST: “Nourishing Your Roots: How to Care for Ourselves” with Professional Massage Therapist and Reiki Master, Gina Brown.  Gina earned her undergraduate Religious Studies degree from Indiana University, followed by a 13 year career in intuitive healing, spirituality, and health education. Currently, Gina is midway through a Master of Divinity degree at Drew University with a concentration in Healthcare Chaplaincy and a Certificate in the Medical Humanities. Gina is interested in hospice work, self-awareness, mindfulness, and compassionate caregiving; and exploring ways to apply interdisciplinary team and complementary and integrative treatment models used with heart, cancer, and dying patients for people in every stage of life and health.
We hope to see you for this important self-care chat!  Register at http://bit.ly/uuampcontinuinged


Join us for occasional webinars on topics that are relevant to all those serving congregations in Membership & Belonging!


We are partnering with Mid-America Region to offer you: “Accessibility and Inclusion Issues in Congregational Life”

Opening our doors to people of all abilities is the less talked about test of inclusion in our congregations. This webinar will discuss “disability etiquette” and will explore the many ways in which our congregations can be more accessible and more welcoming to people with a variety of disabilities.

The presenter is our very own Mark Bernstein, Adjunct Staff Member of the Central East Region of the UUA and a member of the UUAMP Board. Mark also serves on the steering committee of the Accessibility and Inclusion Ministry (AIM), a joint program of the UUA and EqUUal Access working to enable the full engagement of people with disabilities and their families in our congregations.
This webinar is being offered twice to accommodate busy schedules.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT


Wed, September 26, 2018, 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EDT