Sunday Mornings at 9:30

First Sunday Contemporary Issues – October 1st at 9:30 am

              Racial Justice in America and UUA Involvement


9:30 AM all other Sundays – Drop In Discussion Group – Continuing Series:  

The Darwinian Revolution, with Prof. Frederick Gregory, PhD in the History of Science from Harvard.

“Published 150 years ago, Charles Darwin’s On the Origin […]

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H.U.G. (HELP US GROW) Reading Program- TJ Volunteers!


Our members have stepped up to tutor in the H.U.G. (Help Us Grow) reading program.  The program which started the week of Sept. 20 found 18 different TJ members teaching 18 second and third graders at 4 different public elementary schools. The three people in charge of the overall program are thrilled with […]

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TJ Community- New Member Spotlight


Pam Gersh describes herself as a public relations principle, writer and political activist. She has a rich, professional background as director of Public Affairs for the local VA Medical Center, director of PR with the National Center for Family Literacy and freelanced with many companies in Louisville and Kentucky while she was raising her son. […]

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ministER’S musings- October 2017


ministER’S musings-Rev. Elwood Sturtevant

Sometimes an idea changes the world. October 31, 2017 is not just being celebrated as Halloween this year – it is also the 500th anniversary of the act that is said to have the Protestant Reformation, Martin Luther’s posting of his 95 Theses.  While there is some debate about whether Luther actually […]

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To those who are tired Injustice isn’t new, and it isn’t going away soon. PAM RUMANCIK | 9/11/2017 | FALL 2017

Excerpt from Fall 2017 UUWorld- The Magazine of the Unitarian-Universalist Association

Recently, someone in my congregation asked if we were becoming a “one-issue” church in response to being invited to a “Beloved Conversations” curriculum, to be held in collaboration with four other Unitarian Universalist churches in the area. I’m guessing they meant the antiracism work we’ve […]

By |September 18th, 2017|UUA|0 Comments

The Nature Series by Neisja Yenawine thur Oct 31st -Roberta Marx Gallery

Artist Statement:

The Nature Series is a collection of graphite drawings, enhanced by acrylic and watercolor, which celebrate the beauty of the positive and negative spaces found in nature. Walking through my neighborhood, I find that it is “spaces in between” the natural forms that most fascinate me. As such, each piece is a demonstration of […]

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TJ Dreams Of a Justice Center to Develop Justice Partnerships

TJ has become respected within our community in many ways including our passion involving environmental and social justice issues.  Part of TJ’s Five Year Goals includes “…to develop and implement a shared strategic plan with other social justice partner organizations.” (attract new members through shared efforts on social justice goals and actions).

As our minister, Elwood […]

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Wedding Venue Review

Katie said… 
This venue has a range of options, and we were having a small event and their vintage farmhouse was perfect. It was the perfect area for a small and intimate for wedding. It doubled as a ceremony and reception with space for about twenty people to fit comfortably. The decor and arbor were beautiful. […]

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I CALL HER O – By Tish Moore, TJ Member

She’s a sophomore at Shawnee High School (now). Because of poor judgment by several adults in her life, her life has been difficult. She’s my match at Big Brother/Big Sister and one of the high points of my week. We see each other once at week at school for 35-40 minutes. Her D last January […]

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Participate in Louisville’s 2017 Solar Tour

Louisville will celebrate participating in the 10th annual Solar Tour this year on October 7, 2017.

Using solar energy helps to reduce carbon emissions in our community’s air, and also can mean saving money today. Installing a solar energy system will reduce the monthly energy bills, and homeowners can benefit from the 30% federal solar tax […]

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