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A number of our congregations publish information on upcoming services. You can check out some of the variety of our worship services on our worship listing page:

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2021
January, 2021
  • Holy Envy by Barbara Brown Taylor

    UU Learning Community

    9:30 AM, through January 17st; Newcomers are welcome at any time.

    HERE

    Taylor continues her spiritual journey, begun in Leaving Church, of finding out what the world looks like after taking off her clergy collar.  In Holy Envy, she contemplates the myriad ways other people and traditions encounter the Transcendent, both by digging deeper into those traditions herself and by seeing them through her students’ eyes as she sets off with them on field trips to monasteries, temples, and mosques.

  • Pathways Women's Book Group

    Pathways UU Church

    Women’s Book Group

    1st and 3rd Thursdays

    admin@pathwaysuu.org

  • Holy Envy by Barbara Brown Taylor

    UU Learning Community

    9:30 AM, through January 17st; Newcomers are welcome at any time.

    HERE

    Taylor continues her spiritual journey, begun in Leaving Church, of finding out what the world looks like after taking off her clergy collar.  In Holy Envy, she contemplates the myriad ways other people and traditions encounter the Transcendent, both by digging deeper into those traditions herself and by seeing them through her students’ eyes as she sets off with them on field trips to monasteries, temples, and mosques.

  • Tyler UU Bookclub

     

    Tyler UU Fellowship
    Book Club
    2nd Sundays, following the 11:00 worship service;
    TylerUUBookclub@ntuuc.org for the Zoom link.

     

  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
    • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
    • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
      Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
    • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
      Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
      The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
      Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister

     

  • Holy Envy by Barbara Brown Taylor

    UU Learning Community

    9:30 AM, through January 17st; Newcomers are welcome at any time.

    HERE

    Taylor continues her spiritual journey, begun in Leaving Church, of finding out what the world looks like after taking off her clergy collar.  In Holy Envy, she contemplates the myriad ways other people and traditions encounter the Transcendent, both by digging deeper into those traditions herself and by seeing them through her students’ eyes as she sets off with them on field trips to monasteries, temples, and mosques.

  • Luster - a novel by Raven Leilani

    First Unitarian Church of Dallas
    Women's Day Alliance Book Discussion Group

    3rd Tuesdays, 1:00-2:30 PM  WDABookClub@dallasuu.org

    We read novels and memoirs written by women.  You must read at least 1/3 of the book before joining the discussion; you don't need to finish if you don't like it.  

    Luster a novel by Raven Leilani.  A Black woman in her 20s falls for a white man in his 40s who has an open marriage, and ends up living with the white couple and their adopted Black daughter.  "Despite all the depressing stuff here, Luster is brilliant ... isn't preachy ... a hilarious and kinky story about what it's like to be young right now."   Jan. 2020

  • Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick: Stories from the Harlem Renaissance by Zora Neale Hurston

    Community UU Church

    Literary Ladies Book Club

    Deb Bliss harvest@communityuuchurch.org.

    We first discuss the selection; not everyone has finished or even read it - some listen to decide if they want to read it.  We then share recent favorites, and find books for our reading list.  We alternate fiction and nonfiction and vote twice a year.

    Hitting a Straight Lick with a Crooked Stick: Stories from the Harlem Renaissance by Zora Neale Hurston

    A collection of stories, including eight “lost” Harlem Renaissance tales now available to us.

  • Pathways Women's Book Group

    Pathways UU Church

    Women’s Book Group

    1st and 3rd Thursdays

    admin@pathwaysuu.org

     

  • One for the Blackbird One for the Crow by Olivia Hawker

    Westside UU Church
    Contemporary Book Club

    4th Sundays

    Linda Hanratty, bookclub@westsideuu.org

  • Caste by Isabel Wilkerson

    Horizon UU Church Book Group

    4th Tuesdays, 12:00 PM bookclub@HorizonUU.org

     

  • Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson

    First Jefferson UU Church  

    bookclub@firstjefferson.org

    Book Discussion Groupmeets monthly and chooses books about three months in advance. 

     

  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
    • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
    • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
      Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
    • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
      Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
      The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
      Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister

     

February, 2021
  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
    • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
    • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
      Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
    • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
      Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
      The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
      Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister

     

  • Unsheltered by Barbara Kingsolver

    First Unitarian Church of Dallas
    Women's Day Alliance Book Discussion Group

    3rd Tuesdays, 1:00-2:30 PM  WDABookClub@dallasuu.org

    We read novels and memoirs written by women.  You must read at least 1/3 of the book before joining the discussion; you don't need to finish if you don't like it.  

     

  • The Banker's Wife by Christina Alger

    Westside UU Church
    Contemporary Book Club

    4th Sundays

    Linda Hanratty, bookclub@westsideuu.org

  • The Vanishing Half by Brit Bennett

    Horizon UU Church Book Group

    4th Tuesdays, 12:00 PM bookclub@HorizonUU.org

     

  • The Garden of Evening Mists by Tan Twan Eng

    First Jefferson UU Church  

    bookclub@firstjefferson.org

    Book Discussion Group meets monthly and chooses books about three months in advance. 

  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
    • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
    • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
      Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
    • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
      Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
      The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
      Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister

     

March, 2021
  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
    • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
    • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
      Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
    • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
      Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
      The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
      Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister

     

  • Tomorrow Will Be Better by Betty Smith

    First Unitarian Church of Dallas
    Women's Day Alliance Book Discussion Group

    3rd Tuesdays, 1:00-2:30 PM  WDABookClub@dallasuu.org

    We read novels and memoirs written by women.  You must read at least 1/3 of the book before joining the discussion; you don't need to finish if you don't like it.  

     

  • Code Girls by Liza Mundy

    Horizon UU Church Book Group

    4th Tuesdays, 12:00 PM bookclub@HorizonUU.org

     

  • A Woman of No Importance by Sonia Purnell

    First Jefferson UU Church  

    bookclub@firstjefferson.org

    Book Discussion Group meets monthly and chooses books about three months in advance. 

  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
    • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
    • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
      Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
    • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
      Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
      The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
      Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister

     

April, 2021
  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
    • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
    • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
      Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
    • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
      Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
      The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
      Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister

     

  • Homegoing by Yaa Gyasi

    First Unitarian Church of Dallas
    Women's Day Alliance Book Discussion Group

    3rd Tuesdays, 1:00-2:30 PM  WDABookClub@dallasuu.org

    We read novels and memoirs written by women.  You must read at least 1/3 of the book before joining the discussion; you don't need to finish if you don't like it.  

  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
    • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
    • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
      Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
    • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
      Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
      The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
      Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister

     

  • The Book of Longings by Sue Monk Kidd

    Horizon UU Church Book Group

    4th Tuesdays, 12:00 PM bookclub@HorizonUU.org 

     

May, 2021
  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
    • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
    • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
      Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
    • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
      Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
      The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
      Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister

     

  • GroundBreakers

     

    groundbreakers color

    Groundbreakers
    When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


    Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

    Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


    September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
    October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
    October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
    November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
    December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
    December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

    January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

    GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

    • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
      Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
    • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
      How many know about the artist behind the song?
    • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
      Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
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      James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
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June, 2021