UUA Congregational Life Consultant Is the Special Guest
Steve Doell Discussed Voting Logistics on January 11 Episode
Rev. Renee Ruchotzke, who serves as a Congregational Life Consultant in the Central East Region for the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA), will be the special guest on the January 25 episode of UUCC Zoom-In…LIVE! (8-9 pm eastern time).
“Having served inside multiple UU congregations before assuming a role with the UUA, Renee has a unique perspective on congregational evolution and transition that she’ll be sharing with us,” David Kantor, show host, noted. “In her current role, Renee has the opportunity to observe how a wide variety of UU congregations operate. We’ll explore some of the big issues that are confronting UU congregations in general, and discuss some of the issues that UUCC may be wrestling with, either now or in the future.”
“Renee is also a community organizer and activist in Kent, so perhaps we’ll have an opportunity to learn from that aspect of her life, too,” David observed.Jenna Bradbourne will co-host the show, and Jack Ulman will be there for the “Jack Ulman Comedy Moment”.
The January 11 episode, the first of 2021, featured UUCC board member Steve Doell, who works for the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections. Steve explained to the audience how voting really works, debunked all of the claims about the inadequacies of voting by mail, and shared some of the frustration that he and his fellow Board of Election staffers – both here and around the country – feel due to all of the inaccurate allegations made by many politicians about our systems of voting.
REMINDER: All UUCC congregants will receive the link to the show via e-mail – sender named “Zoom In Live” – on the Sunday evening prior to the show.