T5998: Special Topics-UU History

Registration on this special course remains open until June 20

Discover the broad scope of Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist history and key stories of that history. Designed to correlate with the Unitarian Universalist Association’s Ministerial Fellowship competencies 6 and 7. Includes 8 required hours for buddy/small group work outside of class.

Department: Theology & Religious History (TRH)

Required Reading: 

David Bumbaugh: “Unitarian Universalism:  A Narrative History” https://www.amazon.com/Unitarian-Universalism-Narrative-David-Bumbaugh/dp/0970247907

Mark Morrison-Reed: “Black Pioneers in a White Denomination” https://www.uuabookstore.org/Black-Pioneers-in-a-White-Denomination-P16859.aspx

Class Meeting:  Note these special instructions — The courses runs June 1-August 22. Only 7 meetings  will be held, on Tuesdays, 4-6:00 PM ET from Jun 28 to Aug 9.

Pay to Register Now  Note – registration for this course remains open until June 20

Rev. Amy Beltaine, M.Div., Dept. of Ministry, Advocacy & Leadership

Professor: Rev. Amy Beltaine, M.Div. – is a graduate of Unitarian Universalist Meadville Lombard School for the Ministry, a professional Spiritual Director and Supervisor, serving on the coordinating committee of the UU Spiritual Directors’ Network, and recent President of the Covenant of UU Pagans. Amy is a nearly life-long earth-honoring Process-Panentheist, with training in Gardnerian Wicca and Reclaiming, and ancestral roots in Scotland and Slovakia.