Get to Know UUAMP! GA 2021



Thursday, June 17th & Friday, June 18th

11am-1:30 pm Pacific/Noon-2:30 pm Mountain/1-3:30 pm Central/2-4:30 pm Eastern each day


Pro Days will be held on Zoom!

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Cost: $50 for UUAMP members; $75 for non-members

($125 gets you UUAMP membership for one year PLUS the discounted rate for Pro Day!)

There is some scholarship money available. If you would like more information about requesting a scholarship,

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UUAMP Professional Day 1
Thursday, June 17th

Worship & Keynote

Keynote Speaker:  Michael J. Crumpler, Director of LGBTQ and Multi-Cultural Programming

 Rev. Michael J. Crumpler joined the UUA in early 2017. Shortly thereafter, he was ordained to Reverend in the United Church of Christ. Michael lives in Harlem and is very active in social justice ministry at the historic Judson Memorial Church of New York City and the surrounding queer community. He is most passionate about intersectional ministry centered in blackness, queerness, HIV/AIDS, economic justice, and emotional well-being. (Bio From the UUA website)

As we seek to Widen the Circle in Unitarian Universalism, the UUA is interested in how this impacts all levels of our faith, especially our non-clergy staff which often includes BIPOC persons.  I’m excited about grounding us in the principles of equity, inclusion, and change that impacts how we are to respect UU Administrative and non-clergy Professionals and all who are responsible for ensuring that Unitarian Universalism is fulfilling our mission to uplift the inherent worth and dignity of every person. 

Annual Business Meeting

UUAMP Professional Day 2
Friday, June 18th


Creating Friction in your Congregation (It's a Good Thing!)
with Mark Bernstein 

  Mark Bernstein is a member of the UU Association of Membership Professionals and serves as Adjunct Staff for the Central East Region of the UUA.  His home congregation is the UU Church of Delaware County in Media, PA. Learn more about Mark here! 

The Covid 19 Pandemic has left many of us traumatized, both individually and collectively as a community.  We’ll talk about what Membership Professionals and others involved in membership in the congregation can expect as people return and how to support our members as we re-enter in-person congregational life.

Membership Growth in a Digital-First World with Peter Bowden

Peter Bowdehas spent over a decade training UU congregational leaders to use digital tools to communicate, build community, and amplify their congregation's impact. Peter grew up UU at the First Unitarian Church of Providence, RI. Learn more about Peter here! 

The opportunity for our congregations to engage with people online, be of service, and grow has never been greater! Peter Bowden will share strategies for adapting ministry and membership development for today's digital/pandemic context. We'll cover approaches applicable whether your congregation is gathering 100% online or embracing a dual online-offline (multi-platform) approach.

Closing Ritual

with mandi huizenga

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