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2017
January, 2017
  • Appreciation Dinner 2017

    Dinner and a Gala Evening with Special Guest Meg Barnhouse

    Temple Shalom 6930 Alpha Road, Dallas, Texas 75240

    HAPPY (HALF AN) HOUR with Friends, Beverages, Appetizers

    DINNER: Tex-Mex Feast from Blue Mesa Grill


    Sharing Our Gratitude with words, music, humor,  and inspiration from Reverend Meg Barnhouse

  • NTUUC Board Meeting & Awards Luncheon

  • Officer's Dinner

    A dinner to celebrate and recognize our congregations' Presidents and Vice-Presidents

February, 2017
  • Dallas theatrical premiere of From Selma to Stonewall: Are We There Yet?

    Join us for a one-night-only Dallas theatrical premiere of
    From Selma to Stonewall: Are We There Yet?

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    The film explores intersections between the Civil Rights and LGBTQ equality movements through the journey of two unlikely friends.It is an exploration of the similarities, differences, and conflicts between the black civil rights and gay rights movements. This 60-minute documentary follows a "black, straight preacher and a white, lesbian activist" as they seek to find the intersection between the Civil Rights and the LGBTQ Equality movements.

    View trailer at http://www.fromselmatostonewall.com/about2/
    Learn more at https://www.facebook.com/events/1893106484255811/

    Purchase tickets at: http://prekindle.com/promo/id/24796391444265909

    The Texas Theatre
    231 W. Jefferson Blvd.
    Dallas, Texas 75208

  • Legislative Action Day 2017

    UUs from across Texas will converge on Austin to make our voices and values heard by state lawmakers. In 2015, over 100 UUs from 21 Texas congregations gathered at the Capitol in Austin for the first ever TXUUJM Legislative Action Day, and 2017 is going to be even more memorable.

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    Please visit the link below to register with the TXUUJM.
    If enough people sign up we can take two buses instead of just one!
    Act now to save your seat.
     
    The generous financial support of NTUUC for TXUUJM's 2015 LAD helped make that event the most amazing opportunity for UUs from all across the state to gather in Austin to make our voices and values heard in the halls and offices of our State Capital, and it was a wonderful experience.  Without NTUUC support, many UUs from north Texas might not have been able to travel to the event, many of our voices would not have been heard by our state senators and representatives, and everyone who rode the bus would not have had the same opportunities to build new, and strengthen existing relationships with fellow UUs from our several north Texas congregations. We look forward to making 2017's event even more productive and memorable.
     
    We will be offering round-trip bus transportation from the Dallas/Ft. Worth area to Austin. We are making a request for a "love offering" of 10 dollars - less if you need to, more if you can, to help underwrite the trip. TXUUJM
    PO Box 170064 - Austin, TX 78717
    www.facebook.com/txuujm
    www.txuujm.org
    Executive Director: Rev. Chuck Freeman
    Exec.Dir@TXUUJM.org – 512.791.0864
     
     
    Do you have your yellow Standing on the Side of Love shirt?  See our NTUUC Products page to order!
    They're just $12, or two for $20
    Please note, if you don't see your size in stock, please email us and let us know the size and how many you wish to order.
     
     
     
     

March, 2017
April, 2017
May, 2017
July, 2017
  • OWL Training 2017 - YA & A

    OnLine Registration for the OWL 2017 Training Workshops


    Questions:
    Registrar: Lauren Daniell  OWLTraining@ntuuc.org

     

August, 2017
  • Spirit Play Training

     

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    Date: Saturday, August 5th, 2017
    Location: Westside UU Church, Ft.Worth, Texas
    Trainer: Rev. Jennifer Innis
    Cost: $125, Lunch & Childcare included

    You will:
    - Experience a Spirit Play model classroom
    - Hear Spirit Play stories presented
    - Be introduced to the philosophies of Jerome Berryman and Maria Montessori
    - Become familiar with and present one story
    - Hear about success stories and how to begin a program
    - Receive a packet of materials including over 500 Spirit Play stories on CD

    For registration info, email: DLRE@westsideuu.org

     

  • The Leading Edge 2017

     

     

    The Leading Edge:
    Training to Strengthen North Texas UU Congregations

     Three programs are being offered this year:

    Facilitation 101: How to Lead a Class for Adults
    Presenter: Diana Pollard
    Open to all of NTUUC

    Small Group Ministry Facilitator Training
    Presenters: Marcia Niemann and Susan Miller
    Open to all of NTUUC

    Successful Sundays: Happy Teachers, Happy Kids, Happy Middle Schoolers
    Presenters: Tracy McShan, Karen Stanton, and Karen Lewis
    Morning open to all of NTUUC, afternoon session for First Church teachers only

    Registration Deadline:
    Registration & Childcare is free,  but seating is limited. Please register by Wednesday, August 9th (11:59pm)

    Questions:
    Please contact us at leadingedge @ ntuuc.org

    Please visit the event page for details and to sign up:
    www.ntuuc.org/TheLeadingEdge

     

September, 2017
October, 2017
  • Pride Parade - Fort Worth

    Watch for details!

  • Leadership

    Leadership Conference

    Saturday, June 10, 2017

    First Jefferson UU Church
    1959 Sandy Lane
    Fort Worth, TX 76112

    Additional Event Details

    Featuring Carlton Pearson

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    Protégé of Oral Roberts from 1977, Carlton Pearson grew
    to be a Spiritual Activist of the "Gospel of Inclusion".
    He is now Adjunct Minister at All Souls Church in Tulsa.

    "Carlton Pearson's church, Higher Dimensions, was once one of the
    biggest in the city (Tulsa), drawing crowds of 5,000 people every
    Sunday. But several years ago, scandal engulfed the reverend. He didn't have an affair. He didn't embezzle lots of money. His sin was something that to a lot of people is far worse: He stopped believing in Hell."

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    Carlton places high priority on personal integrity, meaning the integration of all aspects of human beings being human, and how that plays out through what he calls "Self Actualization" and that all in the global human family should acknowledge its common relevance and its collective
    relativity. He believes the opposite of that is dis-integration (disintegration) of the human spirit, race and civil society.

    You can read his biography in an article in UU World:
    uuworld.org/articles/the-gospel-inclusion