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Director of Religious Education
Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Midland
SEEKING CREATIVE, DYNAMIC LIBERAL EDUCATOR to guide the minds and hearts of children; help them identify and live by the values of Unitarian Universalism; work with the minister and volunteers to grow and manage a stimulating, sustainable program. Care for the spiritual development of students, teachers, and families. Develop professional skills and connections. Half-time position, $18,000 plus benefits, Midland, Michigan. To learn more, visit www.uufom.org/job-postings.
Link: www.uufom.org/job-postings
Director of Family Ministry
Unitarian Universalist Church of Minnetonka
Our congregation is currently seeking a new Director of Family Ministry to lead our Children and Youth Religious Education program and nurture an intergenerational community rooted in the spirit of wonder and courageous love in action. The Director of Family Ministry will work with a strong, collaborative team of staff and volunteers and have the support of a congregation who cares deeply for its members of all ages.
Link: https://uucmtka.org/jobs
Social Justice Coordinator
First Unitarian Society of Madison
The First Unitarian Society of Madison (FUS) is a robust community exploring spiritual,
ethical and social issues in an accepting and nurturing environment. We seek to partner
with other community organizations in advancing progressive ideals and to integrate
social justice work into the overall life of our congregation. Independently and in
partnership with other groups we seek to serve marginalized constituencies and to
influence decision-makers on key issues at the local and state level. Our social justice
program also supports the complementary work of the Unitarian Universalist
Association at the national level and the UU Service Committee internationally.
The Coordinator works collaboratively with the ministers, staff and volunteers to
coordinate social justice work with the Society’s other programs. This position is
responsible for monitoring our social justice programs at FUS, facilitating member
participation within several social justice teams, and initiating and maintaining
relationships with community partners. The position reports to the Co-Senior Ministers.

Link: https://fusmadison.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Social-Justice-Coordinator.pdf
Events Specialist
First Unitarian Society of Madison
The First Unitarian Society of Madison (FUS) is a robust community exploring spiritual, ethical and
social issues in an accepting and nurturing environment. We seek to partner with other community
organizations in advancing progressive ideals and to integrate social justice work into the overall life
of our congregation. Independently and in partnership with other groups we seek to serve
marginalized constituencies and to influence decision-makers on key issues at the local and state
level. Our social justice program also supports the complementary work of the Unitarian Universalist
Association at the national level and the UU Service Committee internationally.
While our congregation is an independent and autonomous entity, we belong to the Unitarian
Universalist Association (UUA), which provides resources to more than 1,000 member societies. Our
denomination’s Principles and Sources are the product of much grassroots discussion and serve as
aspirational statements that we strive to live up to. While neither UUA nor FUS membership are
required for this position, a successful candidate will have an interest in the culture and progressive
values of Unitarian Universalism.
FUS is committed to growing its community of diverse employees and members. Candidates of all
backgrounds and identities are encouraged to apply.
Link: https://fusmadison.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Event-Specialist-Job-Post.pdf
Communications Coordinator
First Unitarian Society of Madison
The First Unitarian Society of Madison (FUS) is a robust community exploring spiritual, ethical and social issues
in an accepting and nurturing environment. We seek to partner with other community organizations in
advancing progressive ideals and to integrate social justice work into the overall life of our congregation.
Independently and in partnership with other groups we seek to serve marginalized constituencies and to
influence decision-makers on key issues at the local and state level. Our social justice program also supports
the complementary work of the Unitarian Universalist Association at the national level and the UU Service
Committee internationally.
While our congregation is an independent and autonomous entity, we belong to the Unitarian Universalist
Association (UUA), which provides resources to more than 1,000 member societies. Our denomination’s
Principles and Sources are the product of much grassroots discussion and serve as aspirational statements
that we strive to live up to. While neither UUA nor FUS membership are required for this position, a
successful candidate will have an interest in the culture and progressive values of Unitarian Universalism.
FUS is committed to growing its community of diverse employees and members. Candidates of all
backgrounds and identities are encouraged to apply
Link: https://fusmadison.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/Communications-Job-Post.pdf
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