Wednesday Forums 2019-07-27T14:32:00+00:00

First Wednesdays: UU and You

On the first Wednesday of each month, we host an presentation and Q&A session focusing on a specific topic related to the Unitarian Universalist tradition and practice. These are designed for those who are new to UU or to the Fellowship, but they may be of interest to those who have been around for a while as well. Everyone is welcome. The meeting space is fully accessible. Childcare can be arranged at no charge, with 48 hours notice to lynn@uumontgomery.org.

Recent and Upcoming topics:

April – Worship practices

May – Our Seven Principles

June – Our Six Sources

August – Overview of UU

August Forum: Overview of UU

Relevant for new and long-time Unitarian Universalists alike, as well as for curious onlookers, this is a synopsis of the principles and practices of Unitarian Universalism. What does it mean to be a Unitarian Universalist?  Is this a refuge for those wounded by dogma, an incubator for spiritual quest, a locus for social justice activism, a religious community of reason and science, a welcoming space for reflection and self-inquiry, or something else? (If we agree exactly on the answer, then we probably aren’t Unitarian Universalists.)  Bring your questions.

Presented by Rev. Lynn Hopkins.