Fall 2020 – Rev. Dr. Qiyamah A. Rahman: Summoning Our Sheroes: The Presence of Black Women In Unitarianism, Universalism and Unitarian Universalism
Spring 2020 – Rev. Dr. William F. Schultz: Do Rocks Have Rights: The Changing Nature of ‘Human’ Dignity'
The Minns Lectureship Committee is now accepting proposals for lecture series for 2021 and beyond. More
The fall 2016 Minns Lecture Series explored the ideals that Transylvanian Unitarians hold dear and discussed the core ritual practices kept vibrantly alive in Transylvanian Unitarian churches. The Revs. Norbert Racz, Maria Racz, and Csaba Mezei invited attendees into a dialogue about the pressing questions facing religious liberals in this time of unique opportunity for Unitarians and Universalist communities around the world.
The series will include three lectures and a pair of closing sermons:
Friday, November 11, King's Chapel Boston - The Rev. Csaba Mezei: Transcendentalism in Transylvania.
Saturday, November 12, First Church in Boston - The Rev. Norbert Racz: The Future of Transylvanian Unitarian Liturgy.
Saturday, November 12, First Church in Boston - Intersession lunch (no charge) and partnership sharing event sponsored by the UU Partnership Church Council (UUPCC).
Saturday, November 12, First Church in Boston - Panel of the Revs. Norbert Racz, Maria Racz, and Csaba Mezei, and the Rev. Roger Bertschausen, executive director of the Unitarian Universalist Partner Church Council: What Will Be the Sources of a Global Unitarian Faith?
Sunday, November 13, First Church in Boston Sunday worship service - Concluding sermon by the Rev. Csaba Mezei.
Sunday, November 13, King's Chapel Sunday worship service - Concluding sermon by the Rev. Norbert Racz.
Sunday afternoon, November 13 - The Rev. Norbert Racz: Slideshow on the First Unitarian Church in Kolozsvar, Transylvania.