UU Men’s Fellowship Gatherings: For Sharing, Supporting, and Growth – What is the Unitarian Universalist Men’s Fellowship, and what can be gained from participation in men’s support groups? This resource is available to all men who wish to improve upon and strengthen their relationships with family, friends and partners.
What does it mean to be a part of this Unitarian Universalist faith tradition? Come explore how Unitarian Universalism has affected our history and is building the future.
Humanism is one of our common theologies, the belief that Humanity causes and solves all our own problems. During this time of war, environmental devastation, and oppression, how do we continue to have faith in humanity?
Just how are we interdependent with one another? How can we both give and receive in mutuality? Come discuss as we launch our annual pledge drive!
Akbar Hussaini, Executive Director, Newport Mesa Irvine Interfaith Council (NMIIC) shares anecdotes of Dehumanization on a collective scale and on a personal level, and inspires us to do what each one of us can do to stop it from going any further. If you are not familiar with NMIIC, please visit their website: https://nmiinterfaithcouncil.org/
Our Universalist heritage calls for forgiveness and redemption. How can we use this message to widen the circle, when so many want to draw a circle that keeps many of us out?
How did religious tolerance, acceptance and even embracing come about? How can we continue to widen our own theological circles?
In celebration of the founding of the NAACP, the freedom to marry, and Darwin’s birthday, let us gather to discuss what freedoms have we gained in the last hundred years and freedoms we still need to gain.
Let us examine the life and work of Ethelred Brown, an early black pioneer in Unitarians, whose ministry was focused on widening the circle.
Life’s lessons often tell us something about how we are called in the world at different times in our lives. What were your life’s lessons? What are you called to now? Come learn more and share!
Silence is violence. The heart of nonviolent protest is action.
2022 is the 54th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s death. And as our country reckons mightily with our history of racism, we must come to grips with this brave and inconvenient hero. If King’s radical message remains vigorously alive, we must seriously ask what it truly demands of us right here, right now in America.