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Hello, I’m Stefan Jonasson. I’m the Unitarian Universalist Association’s (UUA’s) Director for Large Congregations but over nearly two decades at the UUA, I’ve worked with congregations of every size. Whether your congregation employs a single part-time staff member or a diversified and specialized staff numbering in the dozens—or in countless configurations in between—it is important to staff in a way that promotes your congregation’s vision and mission while providing staff with the resources necessary to achieve what you expect of them. I’d like to share eight links to online resources that may be helpful to you as you consider how to best staff your congregation and encourage effective staff teams.
If you wish to explore any of these topics further, or if you didn’t find your interest represented here, your District Office can help you locate resources to meet your specific needs. Please contact me and I’d be happy to help you identify the resources you need.
Ministers looking for congregations and congregations looking for ministers should see Ministerial Transitions. Credentialed Religious Educators and congregations looking for Directors of Religious Education (DREs) should go to DRE Search Process.
Stefan Jonasson, Director for Large Congregations
largecongregations @ uua.org
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Last updated on Tuesday, January 29, 2013.
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