Roberta Marx Gallery: Photo-Realism Portraits of People and Pets

By |July 31st, 2017|Art and Gallery Showings|0 Comments

MinistER’S Musings – August 2017: What Happened At G.A.

Much happened at General Assembly this past June.  Among other things:  We elected a new President, the Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, formerly minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix, AZ – the UUA’s first elected woman President (see ).

We adopted a new (and lengthy) Statement of Conscience regarding “Escalating Economic Inequality” (see ).

We adopted […]

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MinistER’S Musings – July 2017: Facilities

When I first came to TJ in 1987, the main church building was about 23 years old. Sunday services were held in Weston Hall, all of the classrooms in the main building had preschool-sized furniture in them, and the youth usually met in a moldy, poorly heated space called the Carport which had once been […]

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Roberta Marx Gallery Show: Collage and What It Means

TJ’s newest Marx Gallery art exhibition, “Collage and What It Means,” is a show of colorful collages continuing through June 30, 2017. This exhibit features the work of eight artists from TJ: Lisa Austin, Joan Kofodimos, Neisja Yenawine, Marge Constan, Diana Devaughn, Jill Baker, Sara O’Neil, and Lori Sargent.

The exhibit will remain open until June 30, 2017 in […]

By |June 11th, 2017|Art and Gallery Showings|0 Comments

MinistER’S Musings – June 2017: Prelude to UUA General Assembly

The General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association will take place from June 21 to June 25 in New Orleans. Links to live video feed of GA events can be found at – remember that New Orleans is in the Central Time Zone, so that the times shown are an hour later here. This […]

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MinistER’S Musings– May 2017: Race and the UUA

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MinistER’S Musings – April 2017: Civil Religion

The interplay of theology with American culture and politics appears to be shifting. The March 1 issue of The Christian Century (a progressive Christian publication with the motto “Thinking Critically, Living Faithfully”) observed that “From George Washington to Barack Obama, presidents have spoken of the United States as having a divinely appointed mission to spread […]

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Anessa Arehart Exhibit in Roberta Marx Gallery April 2017

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Wedding Wire

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YELP Review from Happy Facility Renter!

Jill B.
Louisville, KY


Our women’s group met twice in one half of the Sawyer Room. It was bright, had loads of chairs and tables, which we put in a circle. It had technology available, and though we didn’t need it, it was nice to know it was there. If we meet again […]

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