Long Strange Trip: A Journey through Two Thousand Years of Unitarian Universalist History: Part 6 – April 24

Part 6 of this series has been rescheduled to April 24 due to technical difficulties

Part 6: Evolution
Sunday, April 24
4:00 to 6:00 p.m. via Zoom

Please join us for the last in this series on Unitarian Universalist history.  Sponsored by the First Unitarian Membership Committee, this series by Unitarian filmmaker Ron Cordes details “the history of Unitarian and Universalist thought from the beginning of the Christian era to what we know today as Unitarian Universalism.”

Part VI documents “the story of the century-long ‘courtship’ between Unitarianism and Universalism. It details how they ‘courted’ each other, sought out other partners, and finally consummated the merger. It discusses how Humanism helped bring the two movements closer together, and the role that Liberal Religious Education, especially Sophia Lyon Fahs, had on laying the groundwork for the merger. It then follows Unitarian Universalism through the 50 years of its existence and ends with some personal comments from the film maker on what its future might hold.”

Highlights and discussion questions for part 6 are available here. 

Discussion questions for part 5 are available here. 
Discussion questions for part 4 can be found here. 
Discussion questions for Part 3 can be found here.
Discussion questions for Part 2 can be found here.
Discussion questions for Part 1 can be found here. 
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