June 12, 2024

WEAV Training Now Available!

WEAV (Who and What are UUs? Embodied Justice, Advocacy, and Vision) is Starr King School for the Ministry’s Educating to Counter Oppressions and Create Just and Sustainable Communities model for congregations and communities. This 10-module small group ministry program designed to inspire participants as agents of sacred social change.

Ministers and Religious Educators are now invited to come learn at Starr King by training to become a facilitator for this new program. While Educating to Counter Oppressions has been a part of Starr King for years, we have also noted that this education was desired for congregations. This training will help religious professionals to help incorporate educating of systemic injustice, resilience and self-care practices, and restorative processes for mending and revitalizing spiritual community when and where harm has occurred.

WEAV Training for UU Congregations is a two-semester commitment.

This fall, the 1.5 credit class will consist of 10 sessions, meeting each Friday from September 6 – December 6 from 9:40 am – 12:30 pm PT (12:40 – 3:30 pm ET). The following semester, those in training will lead their own congregation through the WEAV program in Spring 2025, while enrolled in the WEAV Fieldwork 1.5 credit class.

Colorful sticky notes cover the background of an ad for Star King School for the Ministry promoting WEAV, a Unitarian Universalist Congregational Curriculum. A special announcement: "Enroll now!" is written in cursive and highlighted in yellow.
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