UU Elevator Speech August 2017

Sundays at 10:00 in Room 301

August 13 – 27

Facilitated by Tracy McShan and Mike Stanton

UU Elevator Speech is a 3-session introduction that helps us understand the commonalities we share as Unitarian Universalists, and how to better and more succinctly explain our faith.

UU Elevator Speech guides participants through developing an short speech about their Unitarian Universalist faith. It is called an “elevator speech” because, on an elevator ride when someone asks you “what is Unitarian Universalism?” you only have a short time to make a meaningful statement.

Sessions include:

Its Not A Credo

Writing Your UU Elevator Speech

Sharing Your UU Elevator Speech

This class is part of our Adult Faith Development Core Path and follows UU History 101.


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