July 8 Journey to the Chautauqua Unitarian Universalist Service

Instead of having our usual service at the UUCE, we will carpool to Chautauqua Institution’s Hall of Philosophy to hear Rev. Nicole Kirk, the Rev. Dr. J. Frank, and Alice Schulman, Professor of Unitarian Universalist History at Meadville Lombard Theological School. Professor Schulman is a historian of American religious history with an emphasis on business, religion, material and visual culture in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Her current research focuses on the development of African- American humanism and the intersections between technology, religion, and business. Prior to her doctoral studies, Dr. Kirk has been a Unitarian Universalist minister for twenty years.

If you wish to carpool, we will leave from the church parking lot at 8 a.m. The Chautauqua service begins at 9:30 a.m. After the service, we can spend time wandering around the grounds, having lunch and visiting the Unitarian Universalist House. Parking in the Chautauqua lot is free until 2 p.m.