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Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, July 07, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, July 09, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, July 16, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, July 21, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, July 23, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, July 30, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, August 04, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, August 06, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, August 13, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, August 20, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

UU Women's Connection Retreat in Watervliet, MI Friday, August 21, 2020

Unfortunately, we have cancelled this event. Details on 2021 events as they become available: https://www.uuwomensconnection.org/

Ronora Lodge and Retreat Center, 9325 Dwight Boyer Rd, Watervliet, MI 49098 registrar@uuwomensconnection.org
Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, August 25, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, August 27, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, September 01, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, September 03, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, September 08, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, September 10, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, September 17, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, September 24, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, October 01, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, October 06, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, October 08, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

UU Women's Connection Retreat in Racine, WI Friday, October 09, 2020

Unfortunately, we have cancelled this event. Details on 2021 events as they become available: https://www.uuwomensconnection.org/

The DeKoven Center, 600 21st Street, Racine, WI 53403 registrar@uuwomensconnection.org
Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UUWomenspirit at The Mountain, NC Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Fall Institute and Gathering!

What can you look forward to experiencing at our events?

Take a look at the About Events page.

Do you want to sell items at Brigid’s Bazaar?

Anyone attending the event may request space to sell woman-made creations or items from her woman-owned business. Artists keep 90% of the sales and give 10% to UUWomenspirit. You will be responsible for selling your items during the scheduled times. Check back here a couple of months before the event for the link to the agreement form.

Would you like to offer massage therapy services?

If you are a licensed massage therapist, you may offer massage. You will need to provide your own table and find your own space. PLEASE check with cabin mates before offering massage in your cabin. You can reserve a space in the sales area where women can sign up. Therapists keep 90% and give 10% to UUWomenspirit. Check back here a couple of months before the event for the link to the agreement form.


Do you need financial assistance to attend?

UUWomenspirit is proud to offer some financial assistance to those who need it. Check back here a couple of months before the event for the link to the application form.


Where will the event be held?

UUWomenspirit Institute and Gathering are held at The Mountain, just outside of Highlands, NC. Please use these links to get more information.

Directions to the Mountain
Information about coming to the Mountain

If you have any questions about UUWomenspirit, please contact our Membership Coordinator.

The Mountain, just outside of Highlands, NC http://uuwomenspirit.org/contact-us
UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, October 15, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, October 22, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, October 29, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, November 03, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, November 05, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, November 12, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, November 17, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, November 19, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, November 26, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, December 03, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, December 08, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, December 10, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, December 17, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, December 22, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, December 24, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, December 29, 2020

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, December 31, 2020

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, January 05, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, January 07, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, January 14, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, January 21, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, January 28, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, February 02, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, February 04, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, February 09, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, February 11, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, February 16, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, February 18, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, February 25, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, March 02, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, March 04, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, March 09, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, March 11, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, March 18, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, March 23, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, March 25, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, April 01, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, April 06, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, April 08, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, April 15, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, April 22, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, April 29, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, May 04, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, May 06, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, May 13, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, May 20, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, May 25, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, May 27, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, June 01, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, June 03, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, June 08, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, June 10, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, June 17, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

Minerva Potlucks - online Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Minerva Potlucks are a time for spiritual renewal and nourishment. A safe and sacred space for women to connect with one another in spiritual exploration. A treasured tradition in some women’s circles that typically takes place at the beginning of each new month. To help UU Women stay connected during this time of isolation, in collaboration with UU Women and Religion we are offering Virtual Minerva Gatherings via Zoom weekly! (There is no charge to participate) ❉ These online gatherings will embody the same elements of conversation, poetry, music, art and ritual as our in-person Minerva Gatherings have over the years. To RSVP, visit: https://www.uuwf.org/events

For more information about online programs: http://twinklesplace.org/UU-Women-Online-Offerings/

These programs are funded in part, by a generous grant from UU Women’s Connection, by UU Women and Religion, UU Women's Federation, and by UU women supporters: http://twinklesplace.org/supporting-uu-womens-online-offerings/

Is your local or regional UU women's group gathering? We'd like to hear how things are going for you. info@uuwr.org

UU Women's Red (Web) Tent Thursday, June 24, 2021

Nan Rogers and Red TentShare in safe and restorative virtual WomenSpace via Zoom.

The Red Tent Movement, inspired by Anita Diamant’s fictional story, The Red Tent, supports women in reclaiming the gifts of community as we gather to co-create intimate, woman-centered, restorative, confidential Safe Space.

Circles are a powerful symbol of wholeness, equality, inclusivity, infinity. Women gather together to create spaces where we may take an equal seat and face one another in our authenticity in times of celebration, teaching, supporting, healing.

GA’s Red Tent will be hosted by Nan Rogers and the Hudson MA Red Tent from the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson, MA. Sign up on their Facebook page.

Nancy Rogers has facilitated Women’s Red Tent gatherings periodically since 2011 at the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Adapting to social distancing measures, the gatherings are now known as Women’s Web Tents and scheduled weekly online. Click on the link to learn how she’s helping women stay connected and not feel isolated during the pandemic.

https://www.communityadvocate.com/2020/06/02/hudson-red-tent-facilitator-connects-women-social-distancing-online

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