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UU Women's Gatherings

An interactive map of UU women's gatherings in the United States and Canada is available here.


UUWF Events

    • 31 Mar 2020
    • 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • 29 Sep 2020
    • 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • on your computer
    Register

    UU Women Minerva Potlucks

    Join us for a diverse celebration of women and femininity! Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration.

    Our weekly online gatherings embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. Bring your meal and beverage to your computer. Relax. And be in the company of other women.

    • 23 Jun 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • on your computer
    Register

    All who identify as women, please join us for a diverse celebration of women and femininity.

    Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration.

    This online gathering, facilitated by Rev. “Twinkle” Marie Porter-Manning, Interfaith Minister & Co-convener of UU Women & Religion includes, conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual.

    Bring your meal and beverage to your computer. Relax. Settle in for a time of self-care and be in the company of other women. 

    • 24 Jun 2020
    • (EDT)
    • 28 Jun 2020
    • (EDT)
    • on your computer

    Reproductive Justice: Rising to the Challenges

    Find us in the  On-Demand Library in the Virtual GA Participation Portal

    UU Women’s Federation President Claire Sexton hosts past presidents Arlene Johnson, Linda Lu Burciaga, and Rev. Marti Keller (photos at left) to explore the past, present and future of UUWF.

    Their inspiring conversation is a poignant reminder that the work is not yet done, and provides insights as to how we can support those striving to empower women’s rights. They inform us it critical to be vigilant to ensure policies protect women and girls. Indeed, now more than ever we need to be alert to oppressions regarding women’s reproductive rights, contraceptive rights, right of choice, post-abortion care, and even ensure their sanitary needs are met.

    Special acknowledgement to the work being done by the National Women’s Law Center, the National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda, and Sister Song. Gratitude to Gretchen Ohmann (Co-Convener of UU Women and Religion) for running tech.

    This workshop is dedicated to Betty McCollum, our beloved board member who died of Covid19 in NYC.

    • 24 Jun 2020
    • (EDT)
    • 28 Jun 2020
    • (EDT)
    • on your computer

    UU Women Exhibit Hall Booth

    Find us in the  On-Demand Library in the Virtual GA Participation Portal.

    Visit our unique virtual booth facilitated by Gretchen Ohmann, who will be joined by members of the UUWF board: President Claire Sexton will share a message and Rev. Terry Cummings will offer a prayer.

    We will provide links to resources, as well as an array of beautiful and inspiring products from our online gift store.

    Guest Artist Nan Rogers will provide a glimpse at some of her newest creations and Matrika Press presents how UU women can turn their writings into published works.

    • 24 Jun 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM (EDT)
    • on your computer

    Bring Your Breakfast.
    Stay for the Nourishment.

    This year’s annual UU Women’s Breakfast will include:

    • Our tradition of announcing the Sermon Award winner, plus details about when and where you'll be able to hear the sermon. 

    • New this year, we honor two women who have long served our faith in their efforts and activism towards women’s justice and nurturing women’s spirituality.

    • Learn about the merger of UU Women & Religion with the UU Women’s Federation, and how formalizing our organizations' years-long collaborative efforts will further strengthen the UUWF’s ability to live into our mission: Grounded in the Unitarian Universalist faith and practice, to pursue justice, equity and fairness for all who identify as women and girls, and nourish their spiritual growth.

    Must register to receive the Zoom participation link.

    • 25 Jun 2020
    • 5:30 PM (EDT)
    • on your computer

    The State of Our Union (with UUWR)
    and other important work

    The UUWF Annual Report will be given during the Report Section, which begins at 5:30 p.m. Eastern.

    This seven-minute report, delivered by UUWF President Claire Sexton, will provide an in-depth overview of the status of our organization. The report will include the current state of:

    1. Available funding programs
    2. Grants awarded
    3. Annual budget
    4. Ongoing projects, events and work we have done during this fiscal year
    5. Steps towards our merger with UU Women & Religion
    • 25 Jun 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • on your computer

    Please join us in our virtual red tent

    Share in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

    The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

    Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

    GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA.

Unitarian Universalist Women's Federation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

CONTACT US

Tel: 414-750-4404
uuwf@uuwf.org

3322 N. 92nd Street ~ Milwaukee ~ WI 53222

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