UU Elevator Speech is part of the CORE Path of Faith Forward: From Visitor to Leader. It is a 3-session series that guides participants through developing a short speech about our Unitarian Universalist faith. It is called an “elevator speech” because, on an elevator ride when someone asks you “what is Unitarian Universalism?” you only have a short time to make a meaningful statement! This class helps participants feel confident about articulating Unitarian Universalism, empowering them and helping them feel ownership. it also prepares leaders to live and speak about their faith in the larger community!

 

Includes:

  • Facilitator Guide

  • Participant Handouts

  • Videos for sessions

  • Customizable promotional materials

  • Customizable sign-in sheet and evaluation form



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UU Elevator Speech FAQs

What does a subscription include?

Faith Forward UU Elevator Speech includes online access to the facilitator guide, participant handouts, videos, customizable promotional materials. and a customizable sign-in sheet and evaluation form.

How does subscription payment work?

When you sign up for UU Elevator Speech, you pay the first-year fee. You will receive an invoice toward the end of the year for the $50 annual renewal fee, with a link to make your payment online.

How long is each session?

Each session of UU Elevator Speech is one-hour long.

What level of volunteer and professional staffing is needed to implement this?

UU Elevator Speech is designed to be facilitated by lay leaders in your congregation. The materials are very user-friendly - we've received this feedback consistently from UU congregations using Faith Forward materials! The facilitators do not need to be subject experts; it's more important that they know how to facilitate engagement with the content. It's a great opportunity for facilitators to develop and refine their own elevator speeches, and to learn from and be inspired by participants in the class!