What's New

Elderberries

The summer issue
of UURMaPA
's newsletter
has been posted.

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Conferences

UURMaPA at Attleboro

September 30 - October 2, 2014

Registration is Open

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UURMaPA at Orlando

February 24 - 26, 2015

Registration is NOW OPEN

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Directory Update

The UURMaPA Directory, including Caring Area and leadership contacts is updated about once a month.

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UUMPs Links

The UU Ministers' Partners page, hosted by UURMaPA, has links to documents of interest to partners of both active and retired ministers.

Click here for Links

 

 


Joint Task Force Report

 

A joint task force of representatives of the UUMaPA, the UUMA, and the Interim Ministers Guild made serveral recommendations. Read their report here.

Click here to download the Joint Task Force Report


 

About us:

Click on the image to download our tri-fold brochure in pdf format.

 

 

 


 

Retirement offers the gift of more time to pursue longtime interests and new paths for our liberal religious spirits. UURMaPA gathers us at regional conferences and area lunches, where we enjoy catching up and exploring new perspectives.  UURMaPA has created a Caring Network of more than forty volunteers, who stay in touch with members to celebrate life’s joys and sorrows.
 
We number more than 900 members in more than 600 households.  Our roots go back to 1985, when the Revs. Harold Hadley, Horace Westwood, Arnold Westwood and Walter Donald Kring first sought to bring retired UU ministers and their partners together.
 
Our quarterly newsletter Elderberries helps us stay in touch with one another.  Each year we publish a member directory, as well. And we have created a handbook that offers ideas for those thinking about retirement, and for those already enjoying it, too.
 
UURMaPA has evolved to become an advocacy group for retirees. We have strong links to the UUA and the UUMA. We are contributing to the strength of our religious movement in a variety of prophetic and creative ways.
 
When ministers officially retire they and their partners automatically become members of UURMaPA.  There are no dues.  But we rely, nevertheless, on the financial generosity of our members.  If you would like to contribute, simply mail a check made out to UURMaPA to the treasurer, Joel Weaver, 104 Amity Dr, Chesterbrook PA 19087 (treasurer@uurmapa.org).  Typically members give $50 or more a year but we know circumstances vary!
 
If you would like to contribute in a more lasting way, please consider donating to our endowment fund – click here to find out more.
 
Welcome to our website, where you can find a host of resources and information.
 

Blessings,

The Rev. Richard S. Gilbert, President

 

 

 

 

 

To learn more:

» The Caring Network

» Conferences

» Newsletter

» The UURMaPA Board

 

 

How you can help:

 

» Get Involved

» Give Financially

» Support the Endowment

 

Contemplating Retirement?

» UUA Retirement Resource Page

 

 

Contact UURMaPA:

 

Dick Gilbert, President

rsgilbert@uuma.org

Linda Rose, UUA Contact

617-948-4265

retirementplan@uua.org

Duane Fickeisen, Webmaster

webmaster@uurmapa.org

 



 

UURMaPA Board 2013-2014

Front row, L to R: Jim Eller, Margi Nasemann, Marcia Olsen
2nd row: Paul L'Herrou, Judy Welles, Dick Gilbert
Back row: Doug Gallager, Liz McMaster, John Weston

Board members are introduced here.

   


 

Unitarian Universalist Retired Ministers and Partners Association

is a 501(c)3 U.S. domestic not-for-profit corporation in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Official offices are located at

38 Kimball Ave., Suite 12

Ipswich, MA 01938-1222

 

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