On: Sunday, March 25th, 2012 at 5pm
A Service of Reintegration for Veterans and Civilians: The new Unitarian Universalist tradition.
At: the 4th Universalist Society, 160 Central Park West, New York, NY 10023
Led: by Daniel Gregoire, MDiv Candidate and UUA Ministerial Candidate
Partners in Healing is a contemplative and restorative evening service in the Unitarian Universalist tradition.
It is the culmination of Daniel Gregoire’s MDiv thesis and offers a space to begin the healing and reintegration process that must occur when soldiers return from war and civilians adjust to the consequences of war. Partners in Healing is a response and an opportunity to participate in the 1st UU principle honoring the inherent worth of all people and the 7th principle honoring our interconnectedness and the interdependence of all life.
All are Welcome.RSVP Appreciated to firstname.lastname@example.org.
UU-UNO Spring Seminar on Race and Immigration, April 12-14, 2012
New York City
2012 UU-UNO Spring Seminar
This year’s seminar Beyond Borders: Breaking Barriers of Race and Immigration will take place from April 12th – 14th 2012 with sessions at the UN Headquarters, the UN Church Center, and the Salvation Army.
We invite you to join our intergenerational, interfaith dialogue on the global
themes of race and immigration. Our discussions will encourage participants to
explore the interwoven nature of race, immigration, and social injustice, as well
as how we are all called to take action. Panelists include:
Poet, Christopher Sims
Baha’i representative to the UN, Carl Murrel
Board President of the New York State Immigrant Action Fund, May Chen
The Leading Edge Conference Saturday, April 21—Tuesday, April 24 at Middle Collegiate Church
Featuring speakers Dr. Gary Dorrien, Rev. Dr. James Forbes Jr., Dr. Barbara Lundblad, Dr. Miguel De La Torre, Rev. Jacqueline J. Lewis, Ph.D., and others
As preachers, choir directors, worship planners, and lay leaders we are all artists. Art — whether it is music, preaching, dance or writing — is transformational. We hunger for strong worship celebrations because they both ground us in Spirit and take us beyond all that we can ask or imagine. Art drops us right into Grace.
The Rev. Dr. James Forbes will be teaching us how preaching shapes justice. Dr. Gary Dorrien will return in this election year to engage us in a tour de force of American history, theology, current events, and how they are all connected. Dr. Barbara Lundblad will help us imagine worship outside the box and Macky Alston will guide us to craft our message outside the sanctuary walls.
Email Lissa email@example.com if you are interested in attending. We can get a group rate-- please print out your registration or pick one up in Lissa's box at All Souls. click here to download the form (PDF).
2012 Metro NY District Annual Meeting
May 4-5, 2012
Stamford Marriott Hotel, Stamford CT
The Rev. Stefan Jonasson
The Rev. Stefan Jonasson is a UU minister, historian and organizational development consultant based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
And Special Guest
The Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray
The Rev. Susan Frederick Gray, minister at the UU Congregation of Phoenix, was arrested and found guilty, along with UUA President Peter Morales, of failing to comply with a police order in July 2010 while protesting Arizona’s anti-illegal immigration law.
Susan serves as the Lead of the Arizona Immigration Ministry (AZIM), a ministry of the UU Congregation of Phoenix with support from the UUA. AZIM is building strong partnerships with Arizona Human Rights groups paving the way for a successful Justice General Assembly in Phoenix in June 2012 focused on immigrant rights and racial and economic justice.
General Assembly 2012 June 20-24, Phoenix, Arizona
This is a historic moment.
Be part of the story.
General Assembly 2012 will be a gathering with multiple ways of engaging in justice work for people of all ages. Joining with the people of Arizona, we will worship, witness, learn and work together. We will leave General Assembly grounded in our faith, energized for justice and with resources to bring this work home to our congregations. More information.