Wednesday Night Forums are now being held virtually. You can join each Wednesday night at 6:30 pm here:
December 16, 2020
Carol Request Live!
Join us for a festive forum to end this calendar year with staff musicians Austin Ferguson and Joe Mish. Come with titles of your favorite carols and songs to “shout out” as Austin and Joe play, impromptu, songs of the season. Grab some cocoa, some treats, and cozy up as we begin a week of Home for the Holidays. Watch HERE.
December 9, 2020
Building Our Future: Updates From Our Team
Join the Building Our Future team as we hear updates about their work over the last several months (from full steam ahead to pandemic dormancy to we’re back at it!). Watch HERE.
December 2, 2020
Mid-Year Update from Your Board
November 18, 2020
UU Pilgrimage 4: Remembrances
This session of our pilgrimage will focus on some of the lesser remembered Transcendentalists as well as the legacy of the Transcendentalists. Among those we will see are Lydia Maria Child, Moncure Conway, James Freeman Clarke, and Caroline Sturgis Tappan. Watch HERE.
November 11, 2020
UU Pilgrimage 3: Retreat
In this session we will look at the places the Transcendentalists went to get away from the world and why they went there. Among our stops will be Fruitlands, Walden pond, and back into the woods. Watch HERE.
November 4, 2020
Healing the Heart of Democracy
Join Rev. Luke as we reflect upon Parker Palmer’s book Healing the Heart of Democracy. Excerpts and questions for discussion will be shared as we imagine what our democracy asks of us in a post-election world. Watch HERE.
October 28, 2020
Join Rev. Luke Stevens-Royer for a soul-centering time heading into election week. We will share some time to breathe and to honor the work of justice – past, present, and future. Watch HERE.
October 21, 2020
Join guests Anna Richey of Conservation Minnesota and Rick Morris of the Sierra Club for this forum on climate justice. This forum will be hosted by Rev. Luke Stevens-Royer. Watch HERE.
October 7, 2020
UU Pilgrimage 1: Revolution
We’ll follow in the footsteps of Ralph Waldo Emerson as he, with a small cadre of Unitarian preachers, declared a revolution against the religions of the day and started the Transcendentalist movement. Watch HERE.
September 30, 2020
UU the Vote: Local Action with MUUSJA
Join Karen Wills from MUUSJA and Rev. Luke as they speak about this year’s election and how you can get involved. Watch HERE.