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As members of the UU Leadership Institute community we promise to:

  • be willing to learn, with the spirit of “beginner’s mind” even when we may bring some expertise
  • be willing to question our individual assumptions, knowing that different backgrounds and experiences influence our world-viewsuuli-covenant-wordle
  • gently hold one another accountable to creating a community of faithful practice
  • be responsible for our own participation and spiritual growth, with integrity and enthusiasm
  • make space for everyone’s contribution and participation to build a rich learning environment
  • work with others in my own faith community to use what we learn to help further the mission of the congregation (or other covenantal community).

127 Replies to “Covenant”

  1. L.D. Moore

    I am wanting to use the covenant as challenges and a work in progress. For example, how do we hold ourselves and each other accountable. Perhaps there will be strong reactions to others that will challenge my ability to act in a differentiated manner and is it not possible that how conflict is honored and dealt with will actually lead to substantial cohesiveness in the group. Another example, how will I/we use what is learned.

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