“Building Beloved CommUUnities: Sacred Spaces Beyond Walls”
ACM 2014 will build on 2013’s theme of “Diversity: Creating A Shared Understanding.” Expanding from Rev. Shawn Newton’s Confluence Lecture (The Risks of Relevance) and Rev. Mark Morrison-Reed’s Keynote address (Radical Inclusion), ACM 2014 will take us into an exploration of how we expand our UU community beyond congregational walls, how we remain relevant into the future, and being radically inclusive.
Co-hosted by the Unitarian Church of Montreal with the CUC, the ACM will be held at the Sheraton Montreal Airport Hotel. While the hotel is some distance from downtown Montreal, it is close to the airport and offers a cost-effective site for the ACM.
The Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday, May 16, 2014, preceded by the Resolutions Plenary on Thursday evening, May 15.
Registration for the ACM will open in January 2014.
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Be Part of the National ACM Planning Team
In getting ready for the 2014 Annual Conference and Meeting in Montreal, we are reaching out to our national community for good, hard labour in planning the details and execution of the conference. We are looking for participation in program planning, technical and AV support, logistics, music, Young Fun and Junior Youth programming, and coordinating gatherings. If you would like to be part of the Planning Team, please fill out this short survey to let us know your areas of interest and expertise, and how much time you can share. Even if you aren’t able to volunteer, we hope to see you in Montreal!