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New Jersey Civil Unions in the Diocese of Newark
A Practicum for Clergy
Addressing the Legal and Pastoral Components of Preparing a Couple for a Civil Union and Discussion about Marriage Equality
Thursday, March 5th, 2009
9 AM to 1 PM
St. Agnes, Little Falls
Sponsored by the Diocesan Civil Union Task Force
To help us plan, please email your intention to attend to [name] Chair of the Task Force Education Committee, at [email address]
Please provide your name and the names of those who will be coming with you.
The Practicum will address questions such as:
How do I work with the couple to plan and prepare for the Civil Union?
What do I need to know to be pastorally sensitive to same-sex couples?
What resources are available for working with same-sex couples?
What can I do to prepare my congregation for civil unions?
What family issues may be unique to same-sex couples?
How do I record a civil union in church records?
Walk me through paperwork of a civil union?
What ifs about Marriage Equality?
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