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The Welcoming Congregation Bulletin is a monthly newsletter that keeps readers connected to the work of building a welcoming and inclusive community where all people can bring their full authentic selves.
Each two-page issue offers a tool to increase your welcome, an action to live it loud and proud, a story for inspiration, and news to share.
The Welcoming Congregation Bulletin is a publication of Multicultural Ministries, the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) team that empowers leaders and congregations to replace barriers to participation in our movement with ever-widening circles of solidarity and mutual respect.
Subscription is open to all. To receive The Welcoming Congregation Bulletin as an email newsletter once a month, sign up using our online subscription form for UUA newsletters with social justice themes. Check the box labeled "Welcoming Congregations & LGBTQ Justice."
Do you have content ideas for The Welcoming Congregation Bulletin? Submit your resource suggestions, stories, and news by emailing lgbtq @ uua.org! We look forward to hearing from you.
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Last updated on Friday, September 27, 2013.
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