While I cannot endorse this congregation just yet as I do not know enough about it, I am delighted to find more and more diversity in online and in-person UU offerings. Ours truly is a living faith tradition. Everyone has a voice! For those interested in information about this alternative place of discussions, worship and learning, here is another Online UU offering:
The First Unitarian Universalist Church of the Internet
to Discover, Distribute, & Discuss
the very best in UU thinking.
“This organization is completely independent.
It is responsible only to its members,
who are UUs and other open-minded freethinkers worldwide.
The individual authors of cyber-sermons
and other communications distributed by FUUCI
are responsible for the opinions expressed.
Such views are not necessarily
those of the Unitarian Universalist Association
or any of its congregations or affiliates.”
Their website is currently hosted by the University of Minnesota,
which I hope sometime soon they will transition over to a more user-friendly space. They also have a Facebook presence.
Some have been asking about Social Justice training. This is not something part of our current line up of gatherings offered at Twinkle’s Place. However, we are happy to share with you that the Unitarian Universalist College of Social Justice has opened registration to two upcoming trainings:
First because it is a wonderful opportunity for a DLRE to work with one of the most amazing ministers I know: Tony Fisher! We’ve stood side by side on social justice projects, including speaking together at Standing on the Side of Love/One Billion Rising events in Concord, MA (press references: 2013 and 2014).
Secondly I am sharing this because of the way he describes his congregation as an Oasis and one that is experiencing accelerated organic growth – something I feel each of our UU congregations can create with this kind of thoughtful approach.