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In the next few weeks and months UUs can deepen their awareness of and advocacy for trans folks. Here’s how! Continue reading
TRUUsT is excited to announce a partnership with the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association (UUMA) on their new Ministerial Formation Program, which is being piloted from November 2016 through June 2017.
Where before TRUUsT included only ministers, religious educators, and ministerial candidates, membership is now open to all trans UUs who are living out a call to ministry within Unitarian Universalism. Continue reading
Last week marked a historic occasion. From Monday April 11 through Thursday April 14, fifteen Unitarian Universalist transgender and genderqueer ministers and religious educators gathered together in a first-ever retreat at the beautiful Asilomar retreat center in Pacific Grove, California. … Continue reading
Remarks for the Rally for the Common Ground Inititative January 24, 2009 Rev. Sean Parker Dennison I am a religious leader, a minister. I am also a transgender man. To many, those two things seem to be at odds. But … Continue reading
In the article “As Part of Annual Service, Transgender Minister to Speak,” the Daily News of Newburyport, Massachusetts, reported in April on Mr. Barb Greve’s visit to the First Religious Society, Unitarian Universalist, of Newburyport. Barb delivered a sermon entitled “Courage … Continue reading
At her blog Crossing the T, Rev. Allyson Robinson reported in January on her experience attending the second Transgender Religious Summit hosted by the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California. In a post entitled “Transgender Religious Summit Themes – Relational … Continue reading
In November, in the article “Congregations Welcome Transgender People,” the UU World reported on welcoming experiences many transgender people have in Unitarian Universalist congregations. The article included a discussion of Rev. Sean Parker Dennison’s experience being called as the minister … Continue reading