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Why Hosting Is Harder than Leading

We have become so remarkably accustomed to a form of leadership that comes from the top. Why? Well, because it is easier for everybody. It is easier for the leader because they can indulge in their narcissism. And, well, we want them to. You see, if they are shaping things according to their filters and persona then we can move in a direction that is embodied by the leader. It is easy to grasp.
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Local Congregation Embraces New Way of Gathering

‘We're really excited about what's happening. This is distinctly different from anything we’ve done before.'

Peter Pula sat down recently with two members of the Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough, Rev. Julie Stoneberg and Jovanna Soligo, to explore their congregation’s experience with working into new ways of gathering.

About a dozen of members of the fellowship have been actively engaged with the Peterborough Dialogues since its inception early last year, and these people are bringing what they’re learning around community dialogue and hosting back to the fellowship.
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