Right about now <insert a glance at my wrist watch here> is when those of us who attended General Assembly finally catch up on our sleep and look up from our GA-Induced stupor. Can I get an amen? A week of intense, amazing worship services and new-idea-packed workshops and networking that even exhausts extroverts will do that to a person. It takes us a good rest to re-acclimate.
And now it is time to strategize how to bring this GA awesome-goodness to our congregations and to keep those connections, energy, and sparky ideas going. It’s time to make all that goodness contagious to your siblings-in-faith in your home congregation who did not attend.
Look through your notes. Who could you invite for coffee to share what you learned and experienced? Who did you network with that you could make a video-conference appointment with to keep the learning and support going?
What parts of General Assembly on-line could you share on your congregation’s FB page? The UUWorld coverage could easily be shared via FB pages. Perhaps there are pieces of GA that are so provocative and timely for your community that you want to gather folks to watch highlights together and then strategize how to use the message where you are. Here are some of the highlights:
Audio recordings of General Assembly (GA) programs are available for purchase as CDs or downloadable files at the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Events Center. And for those of us who are very visual and want to relive the energy, the UUWorld captured beautiful pictures.
Keep General Assembly going. Make it contagious!
Rev. Tandi Rogers is keeping General Assembly going by “Follow, Share, Funding” innovative ministries through Faithify, which debuted at GA.