Since this will be a virtual retreat, we have no need to book rooms and meals. However, that does not mean we have no need to know anything about registration numbers in advance. Hence, we are asking people to register as soon as they are reasonably certain that they will attend and are willing to send their contributions to our account.
That will allow us to offer access to workshops (once they are set) as people register on a first-come first-served basis starting in mid-March.
Religious Education (RE) is an interactive and fun way for your children ages 5 and up to learn what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist.
For this Retreat Jim and Lucie Carlson (aka Cricket and Snail) will again lead the RE, this time in an effort to reflect the retreat theme of food ethics. Their plan is to have the children prepare a vegetarian meal at home (plenty of notice will be given as to the required ingredients), which they will film. An edited version of the proceedings will be presented Sunday before the Service.
As the Fall 2020 Festival was a financial success, we are keeping the pricing model and are asking registrants to contribute what they can afford.
We suggest 20-60 euros per person for the entire weekend, but we want you to know that you should not hesitate to register even if you cannot manage that range.
Any surplus earned will go primarily to the EUU Social Action budget, with a special focus on supporting food ethics-related NGOs.