Unitarian Universalists for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Concerns

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Interweave Continental Convocation
Atlanta, Georgia
Feb. 9-11, 2007
Theme: “Interweaving Generations”



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Registration Form

Fri  3-6       Chapter Leaders Workshop

          Everyone who has, or is interested in starting, a chapter, is encouraged to attend!

 4-7             Registration       

 5-6             Social hour/Reception

 6-7             Light dinner

 7:15-10      Worship, Small Groups, and Entertainment


 8-8:30                 Breakfast

 8:45-9                 Worship

 9-10                                                    Keynote, by Mandy Carter

 10:15-11:30       Workshop I


 11:40-12:10       Small Group Session

            Small Group Sessions throughout Convo will allow time for networking and processing your experience.


 12:15-1               Lunch


 1:15-2:30            Workshop II

 2:45-4                 Workshop III


 4:15-5:15            Interweave Continental Annual meeting

            Everyone is encouraged to attend; this is the first year that representatives of chapters can vote.


 5:30-6                 Small group session

 6:30-7:30            Dinner

 7:30-8                 Worship

 post                     On the town, on your own, with recommendations from the locals



 10 AM                 Closing

 11 AM                 We’ll join the UUCA for their worship service

     (Charlie Clements of UUSC preaching)


The mission statement of the Interweave Continental, Inc.: Interweave Continental is a membership organization actively working to end oppression based on sexual orientation and gender identity, recognizing that we will not be free until all oppression is a thing of the past. We are an affiliate organization of the Unitarian Universalist Association, and our work is guided by Unitarian Universalist principles. We value and affirm the lives and experience of Queer people of faith of all ages, races, ethnicities, income levels, and abilities. By providing and supporting leadership, and working in collaboration with other organizations of similar vision, we strive to connect and nurture all Queer individuals, communities, groups, and their allies.

Interweave is recognized under section 501(c)(3) as a charitable nonprofit organization under the name Interweave Continental, Inc.