General Assembly Workshop Series

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Feeling left out of UUA’s General Assembly? Want to find out what UUs are talking about? Perhaps reap a bit of wisdom? Rev. Julie has chosen a few of the on-demand workshops for us to watch together and talk about. Bring a bag-supper or some snacks to share. We’ll gather at UUCW at 6 pm, start the video around 6:15, and spend some time in conversation after. (Most of the sessions are 60-90 minutes) No need to RSVP. Come to one or all!

Monday, July 24, 6 pm  – A History of How God Became Optional – Unitarian Universalist Studies Network
The talk will address how liberal Quakers, Unitarians, and Reconstructionist Judaism adapted to rapidly changing cultural and scientific developments in the early 20th century by redefining what it meant to be religious, making theism optional. Special attention will be given to the role of the Unitarian-Theist controversy in this history. Speaker: Dr. Isaac Barnes May

Other sessions are offered through September 6th. Click on the session title for detailed information: 

Wednesday, July 26, 6 pm – Easy and Fast Leadership Development Program Start-up – Sunstone Chapel

Monday, July 31, 6 pm – Faithfully Finding Balance: Reaching In and Reaching

Wednesday, August 16, 6 pm – Changing the Name of Your Congregation – UUs of Mt. Airy

Friday, August 18, 6 pm – Radical Welcome as a Catalyst for Congregational Growth – Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta

Sunday, August 20, 6 pm – Interrogating the Gaze of Unitarian Universalist Women Writers – Sister Souurce, Inc.

Friday, September 1, 6 pm – Theologically Grounding Unitarian Universalism’s Commitment to Racial Justice – First Universalist Church of Minneapolis

Tuesday, September 5, 6 pm – The Repercussions of Misconduct 

Wednesday, September 6, 6 pm – Building Resilience Amidst Continual Upheaval & Change – Meadville Lombard Theological School



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