The PSWD supports a wide range of programs and resources designed to support Unitarian Universalism’s impact in our congregations, in our communities, and in the world. Look here to see how we work to bring Beloved Community into being.
The Chalice Lighters Program of the Pacific Southwest District exists to help fund the growth of the member congregations of this District.
Whether your congregation is lay-led, your minister is on sabbatical, or there’s just an open Sunday you need to fill, be sure to consult the PSWD Supply Preaching Directory for a list of available speakers.
The PWR Ministerial Transitions Team supports congregations through the ministerial transition process, starting at the point of the exit and transition interviews and going all the way through the settled search process to the startup workshop with a new minister.
The mission of Camp de Benneville Pines is to provide a mountain retreat where Unitarian Universalist principles and values are lived and celebrated in beloved community.
The Pacific Southwest District wants to be increasingly responsive to the needs of our congregations as we build for this challenge. We have created the Friends of the PSWD to help in this effort.
The Charles White Memorial Scholarship is a one-time annual scholarship of $1000 available to help support Unitarian Universalist Ministerial students from throughout the Western Regional District, with preference given to those who have a connection to the Pacific Southwest District.