Welcome to the Liberal Religious Educators Association

The center of our work as religious educators is belief in the transformative power of educating through our Unitarian Universalist faith.

LREDA is an anti-racist, anti-oppression, welcoming, professional organization open to liberal religious educators and those supportive of religious education. LREDA promotes the religious growth and learning of people of all ages and advocates for and supports religious educators and the field of liberal religious education. 

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Welcome to the new LREDA.org!

For over 65 years, the Liberal Religious Educators Association—originally Unitarian Education Directors' Association (UEDA)—has worked to bring religious educators together for support, continued learning, and transformation. We welcome you to our newest tool for connection and support! LREDA members can login to visit a personal landing page, from where you can connect with colleagues in "My Community."  Here you can join or start a group, contribute to discussion the community forums, update your member profile, check up on upcoming events or past invoices, or view and search the Membership Directory.

Congregational lay leaders and staff can post employment opportunities, find resources outlining best practices, or purchase a LREDA membership list to aid your professional religious educator search.

Are you interested in supporting the work of LREDA as we continue to leap into the future? Learn more about opportunities to serve, strengthening our Endowment, and the amazing projects funded by LREDA grants.

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We are grateful to the Unitarian Universalist Funding Program for their support in updating our digital infrastructure and helping connect LREDA members to their most precious resource: colleagues!

 Coming to UUA General Assembly, June 21-25 2017

Fahs Lecture, June 22nd with Robin DiAngelo, PhD

LREDA is proud to present the 2017 Fahs Lecture by Robin DiAngelo, PhD. 

Dr. Robin DiAngelo is the Director of Equity for Sound Generations, Seattle/King County. She has been a consultant and trainer for over 20 years on issues of racial and social justice and is the author of books and articles on race and culture.