Exchanging the Love
April 17th, 2021
In conjunction with our annual business meetings, the Pacific Southwest District of the UUA (PSWD) & Camp de Benneville Pines (DBP) are offering an opportunity to Love Right Through locally, by connecting with other UU Pacific Southwest Service Area congregants. You can exchange ideas, actions and thoughts in breakout rooms on a variety of topics. Please see below for a tentative schedule.
9:00-9:15 Gathering & Welcome
9:15-10:00 PSWD Business Meeting
10:00-10:30 Love Right Through
Breakout conversations (or Break):
- Widening the Circle (PWR Listening circle)
- Environmental Justice
- Immigration Justice
- Worship Arts
- Religious Education
- Youth Space
10:30-10:45 Bridging for District High School Seniors
10:45-11:30 Camp de Benneville Pines Business Meeting
11:30-11:35 Youth Closing
11:35-12:30 DBP Q&A
For questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Camp de Benneville Pines Annual Meeting
Camp de Benneville Pines is a Unitarian Universalist retreat center on a 16-acre campus in a tall tree forest at an elevation of 6,700 feet. It is an independent 501C(3) and is owned by the UU congregations who are geographically in the Pacific Southwest District (PSWD). This geographic area will be referred to as the Camp de Benneville Pines Service Area.
Camp de Benneville Pines (de Benneville) will hold its annual meeting by Zoom following the PSWD meeting at 9:00 am, Saturday, April 17, 2021. Registration information is below. Delegates (who can certify through PSWD) will be required to approve a Bylaws change, to vote on the continuation of service for Board members, and possibly to vote for a new person to join the Board.
De Benneville has good news about stewardship initiatives including the Emergency Relief Fund, as well as plans to celebrate 60 years since its founding and a belated celebration for 25 years of service from our Executive Director, Janet James. You are encouraged to attend, participate, represent your congregation, join our stewardship activities, and nurture the sustainability of Camp de Benneville Pines.