Please let us know if you would like us to add your event or group to our list. If you would like to start a new women’s group of any variety from covenant groups to book clubs, please let us know and we will help provide you with resources to do so!
Shared Leadership using the Circle Model of Group Facilitation
This Train-the-Trainers workshop is based on Liz Fisher’s Shared Leadership manuscript and facilitated by the Co-Conveners of UU Women and Religion(UUWR): Gretchen Ohmann and Rev. “Twinkle” Marie Manning. Liz is also the author of the Rise Up and Call Her Name curriculum and is part of the core leadership group of UUWR who are bringing this new Shared Leadership program forward. Should you wish to include this workshop in your retreat, please contact UU Women and Religion.
Minerva Circles: In-person potlucks and Online circles!
Immerse in spiritual renewal with UU Women. Our lives being as busy as they are, it can be challenging to find the time for women to meet in person, but we encourage congregations of all sizes, as well as clusters, to considering hosting Minerva Gatherings. Or Join us for a virtual Minerva Circle.
Molly Remer of Brigid’s Grove offers a variety of programs for women who have affinity for The Goddess. From weekly classes to Red Tent trainings, visit http://www.brigidsgrove.com/creative-spirit-circle/ for more information.
Some of our Districts and Regions and Groups have lead the way and become very adept at connecting and gathering their women together, such as:
UU Women’s Connection in the MidAmerica Region
Women’s Week at Ferry Beach Retreat Center in Saco, Maine each August
UU Women’s Spirit events in at The Mountain Retreat Center, North Carolina each Spring and Autumn
UU Women’s Convocation international events
UU SouthWest Women‘s annual events
New Prophetic Sisterhood for UU Female Ministers
One emerging location is our New England Region where a UUWR/UU Women’s Heart council is beginning to plan our first Women’s Regional Retreat.
And – – – UU WOMEN AROUND THE GLOBE: