Join, Donate or Register for the Legislative Kick-Off 

Each year, usually in January, UULM-MD holds an Annual Meeting to consider legislation related to UU values that is expected to come before the next session of the Maryland General Assembly and to prepare for action.  

By completing the form below, you can pay your annual membership fee ($25), register for the Annual Meeting ($15), pay both the membership fee and the Annual Meeting registration ($35) and/or make a donation to UULM-MD. We encourage you to become a "Sustaining Member" of UULM-MD by authorizing a monthly donation.

Contributions to UULM-MD are tax-deductible.

 UULM-MD Legislative Kick-Off 2017

Having an Impact in Challenging Times

Saturday, January 28, 2017

8:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.

**Special afternoon training 1:30 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.**

Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis

Program Schedule

Welcome and Chalice Lighting

Introduction of Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh by former Maryland Delegate, Liz Bobo

Opening with the Honorable Brian Frosh, Attorney General of Maryland, "Having an Impact in Challenging Times"

Issues Testimony

Keynote by Rev. Kathleen McTigue, "Faith-based Justice in the New Political Era" 

Business Meeting, Election of Board, Call to Action, and Wrap-up

Special Afternoon Training with Rev. Kathleen McTigue

1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis

Optional Workshop and Boxed Lunch (Separate Registration Required)

Rev. McTigue's workshop will emphasize “Channeling our Power”, looking at how our congregations choose what to do and how we attend to our strategies and tactics. She will train us on “Talking the Walk,” or how we speak the language of faith when we take our commitments out into the public sphere.

About Rev. Kathleen McTigue

Rev. Kathleen McTigue currently serves as the Director of the Unitarian Universalist College of Social Justice (UUCSJ). Before joining the staff of UUCSJ in 2012, Rev. McTigue served for 25 years as a UU parish minister, including 21 years as senior minister to the Unitarian Society of New Haven, Conn. A core part of her ministries has been public advocacy and faith-based organizing for marriage equality, immigrant rights, economic justice, and peace. Her previous experience also includes multiple roles with Witness for Peace and a yearlong economic study in Tanzania. McTigue earned a master of divinity degree from Starr King School for Ministry and a bachelor’s degree in economics from Stanford University.

Select your choices of: Membership ($25), Annual Meeting ($15) (combined $35), and Workshop + Lunch ($15).

All for just $50 including lunch. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Child care will be offered. Contact to arrange.

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Volunteers are needed to be congregational liaisons, members of our legislative network, members of our issue task forces, the Annapolis Corps! Click here for a Volunteer Form.

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