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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I find details of my payments to LREDA?

Once you've made a payment using our new system, you will be able to create an Aplos account.  Log in to your Aplos account to see your payments and download a contribution statement. If you need assistance, email Juliet at finance@lreda.org and she'll be happy to help you.

How do I pay my membership dues? 

Pay membership dues using debit, credit or ACHPay membership dues using PayPal

Click on the buttons above to pay your dues either using a debit or credit card, ACH payment or use PayPal. 

We accept payments by check. Make the check payable to LREDA and write the name of the religious educator in the memo line.  Mail the check to LREDA,  284 Hartford Ave, #1002, Bellingham, MA 02019.

Email Juliet to request an invoice

How do I find support nearby?
LREDA Chapters function as separate entities with their own leadership structure, support systems, and dues structure. It is in LREDA's fifteen chapters where religious educators most often meet and support one another through the day-to-day joys and challenges of the work. Find your chapter here.

I am having an issue in my congregation and need professional support.
Good Officers are LREDA members who have engaged in specialized training to address the particular challenges which face religious educators and those engaged in Unitarian Universalist ministries, including issues that can arise within staff teams. Good Officers consult with religious educators, especially those in congregational settings, to offer clarity, support, and guidance. Good Officers can be found throughout the continent. Find out more about the
Good Offices Program, including a list of current Good Officers who are ready to help.

Are there professional practices that LREDA members are expected to uphold? 

LREDA members pledge to hold themselves ethically accountable to the LREDA Code of Professional Practices.

Our congregation is searching for a religious educator.  Are there guidelines? 

'Aisha Selfies' from Widening the Circle, our 2020 virtual Fall Conference