Creating a Compassionate Camping Policy: Honoring Both Our Values and Our Responsibilities

This service will be a “Congregational Threshing Session.” As in the Quaker tradition, a threshing session provides an opportunity, guided by the Spirit, to ask questions, as well as to state a position or express a point of view. Each person will have an opportunity to speak. No debate. Just listening.
This is a sacred process — the essence of democracy and the true spiritual practice of a UU Congregation — and it is why it is being conducted as a Sunday service. We will be led in our threshing session by Rev. Johnson and Bonnie MacGregor. The service will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Childcare will be provided, and sandwiches will be served for adults and children. We welcome and encourage all to attend and participate in this unique opportunity.