Building covenantal relationships among Unitarian Universalist women that equip us all to be better co-conspirators and allies in the movement for collective liberation.
Clara Barton Sisterhood
Universalist Clara Barton is best known for her work in organizing nursing services during the Civil War and, later, founding the American Red Cross. She did not start this work until she was over 40 — in an era when many women died before reaching that age.
Please join us in welcoming some of our newest Clara Barton Sisters:
Rev. Ellen Livingston
(Monte Vista UU Congregation Board of Trustees, Claremont, CA)
Note: Rev. Ellen received her award with COVID-19 social distancing protocols in place
Note: Connee received her award with COVID-19 social distancing protocols in place
President Kit Ketchum honored Phyllis Stenerson (top right) and Janet Merrill (Association of Universalist Women, Minneapolis, MN).
Marion Dane Bauer
(Association of Universalist Women, First Universalist Church, Minneapolis MN)
(Minnesota Valley UU Fellowship Women's Group, Bloomington MN)
Meg "Bowoman" Bowman
(Women's Alliance of the First Unitarian Church of San Jose, CA)
Arleen Kulin & Lenore Winkler
(Women's Alliance of First Parish UU, Arlington MA)
(First Unitarian Church of Oklahoma City, OK)
(First UU Nashville, TN)
Jean Nagle & Ann Abbott
(Alliance of the First Parish UU Church in Arlington, MA)
(UU Fellowship of Franklin, NC)
(Women's Leadership Alliance at First Unitarian Church, Brooklyn NY)
Joan Boewe & Ann Stebbins
(UU Fellowship of Madison County, Richmond KY)
(YuYu Sisterhood of UUCF Fullerton, CA)
(UU Church of Pensacola, FL)
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