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Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church

Louisville, KY

Searching for Truth Through Reason, Love, and Diversity

The mission of Thomas Jefferson Unitarian church is to make a difference in the world by creating a community of celebration, sharing and support, where we explore questions of belief, spirit and values, and where we welcome all who seek the paths of truth and who honor freedom with responsibility.

 


 

  Thinking about visiting?
Click here for some helpful information. We look forward to meeting you!
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Kenya Education and AIDS Program
Click to learn about our program to help kids affected by the AIDs epidemic

 Summer Film Series:
Documentaries of Lee Pennington

You are invited to a ten-week series of wonderful hour-long documentaries by our own Lee Pennington.
Wednesdays at 7 pm. This week:    

Secret of the Stones

    For complete descriptions of all movies click here
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   One of the TJ crews for Repair
   Affair. We were able to keep
   elderly in their homes and others
   who cannot afford serious
   upkeep. Expressing our values
   through hard work.

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chalice_rainbow.jpgWelcoming Congregation

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Red Ribbon


WinterFair!
December 5th and 6th. If you are an artist displaying your own work and would like to jury for WinterFair, click here for the application (click here)  and additional information (click here). If you are a returning artist, please submit your application as soon as possible (click here)! For returning artist information click here


Now showing in the Marx Gallery:     John Warren Oakes
CROPPED CIRCLES series are paintings of center pivot irrigation circles in Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas. The colors of the southwest have been added. John Warren Oakes has paintings in both private and public collections in 28 states and 18 counties.

Death with Dignity
Please mark your calendars for the “Death with Dignity” Series which will be offered at TJ this fall!  It will start on Sunday, September 7th with Elwood’s sermon, followed in the afternoon by how TJ handles death (services, memorial garden, etc.).  The rest of the sessions will be on Thursday nights starting on September 11th, 7-8:30 pm.  Topics will include Spiritual Aspects of Dying, Palliative Care, Communication with hospitals/medical professionals, Grief counseling, Youth, and Funerals/Cremation.  More details will follow, but please save the dates for this important program planned by Marj Heifner and sponsored by TJ’s Caring Ministry.

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