The 2016 UUHHS General Assembly Lecture. Did you know that America’s first black socialist was a Unitarian from Ohio? Peter Clark was an exemplar of such coalitions: like many African American religious liberals of his generation, he affiliated simultaneously with a Unitarian congregation (First Congregational of Cincinnati) and an AME church (Allen Temple). He participated… Read More »
Zen Buddhism as Universalism: A Historical Reflection James Ford • Friday, June 24, 2016 • during UUA General Assembly in Columbus, Ohio The 2016 Conrad Wright Lecture, “Zen Buddhism as Universalism: A Historical Reflection” will be presented by James Ford, a UU Minister, currently serving as Interim Minister of the Pacific Unitarian Church in Rancho… Read More »
You are invited to present a scholarly paper, panel or workshop, performance, media exhibit, sermon, or hymn at Convocation 2016. For more information about CONVO 2016 and how you can participate as a program presenter goto UUCONVO.ORG or uucollegium.org/convo The deadline for submitting program proposals is May 15, 2016.
CONVO 2016: UU History Convocation will be held In Minneapolis/St. Paul at the Airport Hilton from Thursday evening, October 27 to Sunday morning, October 30, 2016 Which boundaries have defined or still define UUism? What can the 19th-century Western Controversy teach us about today’s controversies? What are today’s controversies? How do legacies of conflict and… Read More »