WUUC New Activity Form
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Leader/point of contact Name
Information for Activities at WUUC
WUUC encourages grassroots initiatives to create Activities (programs, groups, classes, and/or events) that enhance our vibrant community. To marshal our resources appropriately, encourage a diversity of programs and meet our membership’s needs, the Ministries Council* would like to track the activities that are being or may be offered in our community. We ask that individuals who would like to start a new community activity complete this form. The Ministries Council will acknowledge receipt and support your efforts, helping to coordinate organizational details as necessary. Thank you for contributing to the enrichment of our community experience.
Title of activity
How does this help WUUC fulfill its mission?
Proposed date and time(s); include duration/ending (check Office calendar before filling this out)
Anticipated target audience - check all that apply
WUUC members and friends
WUUC and wider community
Expected number of participants
Do you need access to the kitchen?
Does your event need childcare?
Is there any other information you’d like to share with the Ministry Council?
Info on the WUUC Ministries Council
* Woodinville Unitarian Universalist Church uses a Ministry model of governance that enhances collaboration and communication among committees and groups. There are three Ministry Leads (Community and Engagement, Transformation and Action, and Sustainability) that offer support to various groups and activities under each “umbrella”. The Ministries Council meets monthly to bring the Ministry Leads, Minister (and other staff), and Board representative(s) together to compare notes, encourage collaboration between Ministries, make some decisions about WUUC operations, and engage in visioning and planning. More here:
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