Date(s) - 09/04/22
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Dear friends and members,
If you liked last week’s episode of “The Long Strange Trip” you will love this part II of the Birth of Unitarianism. We will show the first half of the second film in the series which tells how Michael Servetus’ work spread throughout northern Europe and greatly influenced the thinking of men like Faustus Socinus and David Ferenc in Transylvania and directly led to the founding of the Unitarian faith. Our moderator will be Laura Devine.
We will do the second half on September 11th. It will tell how Unitarianism spread to Poland and how the Catholic Counter-Reformation drove it west to the Netherlands and to England. It talks about English Unitarianism and the works of Theophilus Lindsey and Joseph Priestley.
I hope you will take advantage of this UUA presentation of a journey through two thousand years of Unitarian Universalist History. If you miss any and wish to see them, contact me and I will make them available at the church for you to watch. I love rewatching how our history came about since this is an excellent production.
We are still practicing safety precautions so we can keep meeting during the pandemic. If someone doesn’t wear a mask, please remind & offer them a new mask. Some of us (me) have inadvertently forgotten or been distracted and would appreciate the moment to reflect and comply.