Led by Rev. Joy Atkinson.
The religious, philosophical and literary movement of the 1830s known as American Transcendentalism emphasized personal religious experience over tradition, ecclesiastical authority and scripture. The sermon will explore how Transcendentalism transformed our Unitarian and Universalist traditions, and its relevance to our lives and to Unitarian Universalism today.
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Note: Rev. Joy will offer a five-week adult education class on the Transcendentalists this spring. Readings will include works by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Henry David Thoreau and others. Check the table in the social hall to sign up and indicate date preferences.