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   First of all, a shout out to Senior Youth for their help at the Congregational Meeting. We got started quickly and got out in record time. And thank you to those who joined us on that beatiful Sunday afternoon.

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    Our church is a democracy. Unitarians in the U.S. have their roots in the northeast, a place where small towns are still sometimes run through town meetings. This is old-fashioned democracy.

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   Under our model of church governance the board writes an Annual Vision of Ministry (AVOM) at the beginning of the board year (May to April/May). It is our message to our ministry team leader (Steve) about what we think is most important to accomplish this year.

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First of all, thank you. Thank you for being a member of our wonderful church. Thank you for showing up at the May Congregational Meeting so we could a reach quorum and for voting to allow me to serve as your president. I promise to work seriously and with joy. 

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 Dear Members and Friends,

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  How to best serve this congregation during these very difficult times has been a frequent topic of conversation among Board members.  It was the open question at our meeting on the July 19.  The conversations always seem to focus on one primary questi

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Your Church Board at its May annual retreat and June Board meeting reviewed and adopted a new Annual Vision of Ministry for 2016-17

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      The annual Leadership Retreat marks the beginning of a new year for the Board of Directors.  If the success of this year’s retreat is any measure, 16-17 is going to be an amazing year.

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It’s May 2016.  New members have been elected, and the Board is busy planning its late-May retreat, where we will prepare for the coming year.  But I don’t want to move ahead without reflecting on the major accomplishments of this year.  And there have

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President’s Column

Melanie Mayeaux, Board President

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