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UPDATE May 1 : DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC, THIS CAMPAIGN HAS BEEN CLOSED. ANY PLEDGES MADE WILL NOT BE PROCESSED. THANK YOU.


UPDATE 4/29:  It is with heavy hearts that we must share with you that the Association for Unitarian Universalist Music Ministries Annual Conference in Ann Arbor has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the first time in 38 years that we will not gather together to share our riches of talent and friendship. Read the full statement here.


We’re excited to bring the Songleaders Convergence back to the Association for Unitarian Universalist Music Ministries Conference to share skills, best practices, wisdom, and of course, songs! The Convergence offers days of learning and networking to nurture a deeper culture of community singing in our congregations and wider community.

We’re asking our wider UU community to help us with a match grant. A match grant means that if we meet our $6,000 goal, the UU Funding program will match it with ANOTHER $6,000! This means if you give $20, you’re actually contributing $40! 

We’re inviting songleaders from across our Faith and all those who love community singing to converge for what promises to be a transformative gathering of resonance, harmony, and rhythm. The Convergence scholarship opportunities are aimed at making it possible for new leaders and participants of color who may not otherwise have the chance to participate to be with us in a community of growth and welcome.

Money raised will provide scholarships for leaders and participants of color and for first time attendees to the AUUMM Conference. 

What can attendees expect?

  • Confident & invitational songleading
  • Songleading for worship and in the streets
  • Deepening cultural context, story, worship, and preaching through songleading
  • Harmony singing, vocal technique, circle songs, and more!

Who’s invited?

  • Ministers and seminarians
  • Religious Educators
  • Choir members and singers
  • Musicians both professional and recreational
  • Anyone leading or wanting to lead songs in worship, around the dinner table, at the board meeting, or in the streets
  • You!

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