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2015 Annual Conference & Meeting – Call for Facilitators

CUC Annual Conference & Meeting, May 15 – 17, 2015

The CUC Annual Conference and Meeting, May 15–17, 2015, in Ottawa will bring together Canadian Unitarians and Universalists to meet, to worship, to talk, to learn and to grow. The ACM will include workshop streams, multigenerational workshops, spiritual practice sessions, as well as plenary sessions on business matters and social responsibility, worship services, social gatherings and meetings of related groups.

The theme for 2015 is Seeking Justice in a Changing Land – À la recherche de la justice sur une terre changeante. 

The Conference Program Planning Committee invites proposals to facilitate streams, workshops and spiritual practice sessions on this theme.

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