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WUURL: Women Unitarian Universalists Relishing Life



Time for “Women Unitarian Universalists Relishing Life” to gather at First Unitarian Church of Orlando (1U). This group began its life in spring 2017, as a way for women in the church to connect and share opportunities for learning and fun. While many in the group are retired, that is not a requirement of participation. In addition to a monthly gathering for lunch and conversation at the church, WUURL participants plan and host off-campus outings and adventures for those interested.

Who? 1U women — members and friends

When? 4th Wednesday of the month

Time? 11:30 am to 1:00 pm

Where? Assembly Room at First Unitarian Church of Orlando

Why? To build community, to explore fun opportunities, to enrich lives

Bring? a lunch; beverages will be provided.

Look for upcoming events in the Weekly Update (aka eblast).

Interested? Give it a WUURL! Contact WUURL@Orlandouu.org with questions, or to be added to the Google Group list for further communication.

Gender Journeys

First Unitarian’s WUURL (Women UUs Relishing Life) is hosting an opportunity to learn more about gender, in our community, our families, and our congregation. All are welcome to participate. No cost, but donations are appreciated.

  1. Gender and Orientation Workshop This workshop provided by the Zebra Coalition will cover topics like terminology, sexual orientation and gender concepts, transgender culture, coming out process, and intersectionality. It will be held  Saturday, 3/14/2020, from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
  2. Gender Journeys– a more personal, experiential view of gender. Might include storytelling, life mapping, role playing/practice. Heart work and spiritual development work. Facilitated by Rev. Kierstin Homblette Allen and Ellen Tetlow. It will be heldSunday, 3/22/20, from 11:45 am to 12:45 pm.
  3. Panel: Gender Journeys– focus on families making transitions. How can 1U be more welcoming to all, including families? What would be helpful for us to be aware of in the larger community? Join us Sunday, 3/29/20, from 11:45 am to  12:45 pm