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The gateway to program resources (people who will come to your congregation) throughout the District: speakers, musicians, artists, dancers, theater.
Accessibility (at uua.org)
Here are guidelines for UU congregations on creating policies that address the inclusion of all people.
Compensation Consultants are trained by the UUA to help congregations with staff compensation issues.
The Congregational Handbook (at uua.org)
How to develop and maintain healthy congregations: an online handbook for UUA congregations.
Information about the District’s consulting program.
The District CERR (Conflict Engagement /Right Relations) Consulting Team is available to help congregations prepare for healthy conflict and create structures to promote right relationships.
The District has several programs that provide grants to congregations.
Media Kit (at UUA.org)
Documents to help you inform your local news media about Unitarian Universalism in general.=
by Rev. Dr. Sarah Oelberg (PDF, 76KB) (More about PDF files)
A six page brooklet covering seven leadership options (ranging from Lay Led to Consulting Ministry to Full-time Professional Ministry), five questions to consider as a congregation prepares for ministry, and resources for exploring the options.
Music Directors are encouraged to contact the District UU Musicians Network (UUMN) Liaisons with questions about resources, congregational singing, and/or developing a music program.
- Julie Enersen, Unitarian Church of Lincoln
(w) 402-483-2213 julieenersen [at] yahoo [dot] com
Ms. Sonja Johnston, MN Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
(w) 952-894-8956 music [at] mnvalleyuu [dot] org
Information about how congregations can prepare for – and respond to – a flu epidemic.
The Resource Liaison program was discontinued as of April 2011.
The PSD Resource Library was disbanded in June 2009.
These professionally designed web templates (free to UU congregations) were developed by First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis. They are designed to be easy to adapt as an “out of the box” web site for your congregation, even if you are “web challenged.” (Simple instructions are included.)
AUW Women’s Manual: Revitalizing UU Women’s Groups is the online version of the ground-breaking how-to manual by the Association of Universalist Women (AUW).
This organization is independent or sponsored by one or more congregations in Prairie Star District. It is affiliated with but not administered by Prairie Star District.
Worship Web (at uua.org)
Portal at the UUA website to written worship resources, including readings, sermons, meditations, and other material for use in worship services.