Small Group Ministry Sessions
The top resource requested on our needs survey continues to be small group session plans. On this page you can find sessions that people like you have written and chosen to share with this community. Some of these sessions are posted on this site, others are links to other websites. The sessions below are posted in order of submission and in the format submitted.Thanks to all of you who have written and shared sessions!
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SMALL GROUP SESSIONS
To make session plans more accessible, they are listed here by Topic, followed by (Key Words). We are adding these distinctions to the session plans that we have already received. As you send session plans for posting, please indicate the Topic and Key Words that you would suggest using. This is an evolving process.
New link to the Wisdom Circles, First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego. [http://www.firstuusandiego.org/wisdom-circle-materials] In addition, you may wish to review their Facilitators and Participants Guides.
|Dates:||red - added in last 2 months||green - added in last 6 months||blue - added in last year|
|Title||Date||Source: Congregation or name||Topic|
|First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego||Overview of Wisdom Circles with meeting times, Guides for Facilitators and Participants, and session plans.|
|Newton, MA: First Unitarian Society||Session plans|
|San Jose, CA: First Unitarian Church||Session plans, items added regularly|
|UU Service Committee: Covenant Groups||Description of SGM, sessions added regularly|
|UUA Youth and Campus Ministry Office||Covenant Group Curricula for Young Adults, Volume 1 and 2 (includes some session plans)|
|Helen Zidowecki||Session plans on topics such as: celebrations, congregational life, RE, teacher development, social justice, Welcoming Congregation, youth.|
|Albuquerque, NM||Sessions from 6 yrs. Each topic includes a bulletin, homework, and a leader's guide.|
|Augusta, ME: Unitarian Universalist Community Church||Over 150 session plans, continuing additions. Themes include: Celebrations, Congregational Life, Beliefs, Life Passages, Witness.|