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lecture cycle

The lectures are intended for all interested students, Unitarians and the public. The basic goal of this program is to offer inspiration for further knowledge and follow-up activities in a wide range of topics. They are divided into six more general areas symbolically marked with different colors. The colors together represent the integrity and interrelationships of all parts of the whole.

Education and personal development
Unitarianism and tradition
Culture, art, creativity
Social justice
All lectures will be held via Zoom videoconferencing program, once a month on Thursdays (usually the last Thursday of the month) from 6.30 p.m.

Link for connection (applies to all cycle programs):

Women’s Movements in Unitarianism and Universalism
Dr. Nicole Kirk
Thursday, September 16, 2021, starts at 6.30 p.m.
In a groundbreaking essay written in 1997, Ann Braude asked the question: “how would we tell the story of American religion if we took as our point of departure the fact that women constitute the majority of participants in religious activities and institutions?" Even without women in religious leadership positions, their numerical dominance in most religious traditions and elevation in society as an example of “moral” But it is not only American religious history – it is the history of Christianity and Unitarian Universalist history—and yet—why do we often hear so little about women?