Pre-Annual Meeting Webinar Recording & Resources

The following material is from the Pre-Annual Meeting Webinar held on March 30, 2017. Please use these materials in any way that is helpful to spread the word about the meeting in your congregation.


A Recording of the Webinar with Host John Hargrave, a member of the Wellesley Congregational Church in Wellesley, MA and Tiffany Vail, Associate Conference Minister for Communications for the CT, MA and RI conferences. This is an edited version with content from both the noontime and evening sessions.


You can download a PDF version of the presentation slides used during the webinar. All the links in the PDF are functional and will take you to the referenced pages on the web. Please feel free to share any part of this with folks in your congregation.

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Here are links to webpages mentioned during the presentation:

Tri-Conference Annual Meeting Information & Registration
All the information about the meeting, including the schedule and a welcome video with John Dorhauer

Together, As One
An information page on the proposal to form a new Conference, including:
  • The text of the Resolution passed by the Board of Directors that they are asking Annual Meeting delegates to endorse
  • FAQs about the proposal
  • The full Case Statement accompanying the resolution
  • Statistics from each Conference
  • A Timeline of what has led the Conferences to this moment
  • A video with Connecticut Conference Minister Kent Siladi and Board of Directors Members Jocelyn Gardner-Spencer discussing the proposal
  • Prayer Calendar and Blog Posts related to the proposal
John Dorhauer Bio on Huffington Post

Link to information on John Dorhauer's book, Beyond Resistance


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