Facilitate teams which run the popular Adult Education Program. Hold the big picture and oversee the running of the program, including visioning and budget.
Benefits for the congregation: provides opportunities for people to share knowledge and talent and opportunities for people to learn: brings new people into the fellowship, develops community within the classes. Benefits for the co-chair; personal connections of the team, sense of contributing by facilitating a great program, opportunity to use organizational and community-building skills, the satisfaction contributing substantially to QUUF as well as to the larger community.
Organizational and facilitation skills, ability to see and managed the big picture, rudimentary computer skills.
Current and former chairs are still involved and eager to train and mentor. Merilee will end her term in June of 2018, Paul in June of 2019.