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Five Year Vision from the FAmily Conversation

The conversation on March 31 drew to a close by bringing us closer back to reality. Below all of those wonderful Big Dreams that were contained in the Chalice drawn on the mural paper, people were invited to post what they envisioned seeing five years from now, and the role they and their family would have in helping to support those Big Dreams. We were reminded that the Church is embarking on the creation of our next five year strategic plan and that these ideas will help in the creation of that plan.

My children will be involved in a more dynamic church and to a youth group
What I bring: labor, service, love and family
What we will have:diversity, music, garden/farm, kids doing healthy things, dance, peace
50% of UU congregants actively involved in empowering the community
UU Festival at the farm, I bring the kids, knitting groups, and just got grants for the mixed use project
Services in the 80 languages of San Diego
Underground pneumatic messaging system
A powerful inclusive SDOP advocating social change
Network for parents of community, social activities, skills/training for young people cradle to college
A bigger Bard Hall
Part of a big choir
A potluck set up in the middle of the campus

What are do you vision for our community in the next five years? How will you help support these Big Dreams? Please post your comments so we can all benefit from your thoughts!

Thanks to all of you who came and participated. Rev. Arvid and I had a wonderful time getting to know you and your families better and we want to find ways togehter to help make our Faith Bold, and see our Big Dreams come true.


1 comment (Add your own)

1. Deirdre Lonergan wrote:
Monorail? Underground pneumatic messaging system? That would be my son.

More seriously, I know there was a retreat the morning after we all met. Was that a continuation of Friday with a new bunch of people, or was that a whole nother thing?

Mon, April 30, 2012 @ 6:17 PM

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