Dear First Universalist Friends,
The First Universalist Racial Justice Team is expanding! We are interested in having four new members join us and expanding the size of our team to 12 members total, so that we can work most effectively in planning and organizing programming, learning, and action. We are excited about the work over the past two years that has propelled First Universalist toward growth in racial justice on many levels: worship, communication, programming, etc. and there is much more to be done. Our team has transitioned from “leadership” to “teaming” so that we can work hand-in-hand with the committees, leaders, trainers, activists, and involved congregants in continuing this racial justice journey.
Ours is an active team, with subcommittees working and supporting areas such as recommending changes to Church communication media and signage, impacting the worship experience (music, arts, sermons), developing outreach/partnerships (both inside and outside First Universalist), supporting action events, and continuing to support training and education throughout our congregation.
If you are interested in joining us send an email to email@example.com and respond to the questions below. Please submit your application no later than July 15th.
Thank you so much for your continued commitment to racial justice and for considering applying to join us on the Racial Justice Team.
Racial Justice Team (Justin Schroeder, Rama Hart, Fawzia Khan, Emma Paskewitz, Richard Spratt, Kristen Mengelkoch, Ben Miles, Polly Talen)
Yes I am interested in applying to join the Racial Justice Team.
1. Full Name:
3. Best phone number to reach you at:
4. Church status: member or considering?
5. Past or present First Universalist activities/roles:
6. Racial identity:
7. Please let us know how you have already been involved in First Universalist’s Racial Justice work. (no more than 250 words)
8. Describe any racial justice work or other relevant involvement outside of First Universalist. (no more than 250 words)
9. Describe why you are interested and what you feel you can offer to the work of the Racial Justice Team. (no more than 250 words)