On Being becomes a core partner, Sue Phillips joins the team, and check out our recommended reading! 

1. How We Gather is growing!

We’re excited to announce the How We Gather project is growing! We’ve partnered with the Fetzer Institute for another four years, continuing to house the project at Harvard Divinity School. The Fetzer Institute will provide core funding as we launch a system impact effort to help build the infrastructure for belonging and becoming among the roughly 50 million millennials in America who are socially isolated and spiritually unsupported. 

2. Sue Phillips joins the team

In September, we'll joined full time by Rev. Sue Phillips, outgoing New England Regional Lead for the Unitarian Universalist Association. Sue brings decades of organizational and pastoral leadership and an intimate familiarity with the work of innovation from within existing systems. Sue will take the lead on supporting innovative community leaders around the country, as well as engaging religious institutions in coming alongside the emerging community landscape.

3. On Being joins as Core Partner

Further, Krista Tippett and the On Being team will deepen their collaboration with the How We Gather project by joining as core partners. They will continue to host gatherings at On Being Studios on Loring Park in Minneapolis, support the AltDiv learning lab for moral and spiritual leadership, and launch a cohort of ten On Being Fellows to strengthen the connective tissue among emerging community leaders.

4. Cool things to read and check out

Thanks for reading, grateful for all you do,

Casper, Angie and Sue

PS. If you haven't yet read Faithful, our new report about the future of religious institutions, you can download it here.
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