Did UU Know? Unitarian Society of HartfordDid UU Know? Poet’s Corner Recent Articles Appearing in USH-Enews Did UU Know Section: Volume of Berm Lake Increased – David Newton Standing of the Shoulders of Those Who Came Before – David Newton Congregation Desires in a Minister To Seek the Truth in Love – Judy Robbins USH Strategic Planning Governance Task Force Report – by Laura Cipriano Theodore Parker, 1810 – 1860 (Room 12) by Toni Gold Margaret Fuller, 1810-1850 (Room 11) by Toni Gold National Register Questions and Answers Meeting House National Register Nomination Considered by Toni Gold New Carpet Improves Meeting House Aesthetics by David Newton A History of Our Meeting House Memorial Gardens by Janice & David Newton Video links to Recent Sermons About the Meeting House . . . An Illustrated Tale of Our Sanctuary Roof by David Newton, B&G Final Touches by John Bengtson & Kevin Girouard 03/30/22 About the Ambulatory by Toni Gold About Our Building Chapel Art Our Commemorative Quilt Worship Arts and Banners How Things Happen . . . “Workday” Defined: B&G Spring Clean-Up by David Newton Meeting House Presents after Covid Hiatus by Paul Cipriano Enhancing How We Give to USH by Lisa Galinski 02/09/22 Update Photo Directory by Brian Harvey 01/26/22 Air Exchange at the Meeting House by Tina Davies 03/16/22 Communications Sub-Council Springs to Enthusiastic Life 01/05/22 Councils and Subcouncils Famous UUs . . . The Protestant Reformation by Toni Gold 03/23/22 About the Ambulatory by Toni Gold Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1803-1882 (Room 10) by Toni Gold William Ellery Channing, 1780-1842 (Room 8) by Toni Gold Joseph Priestly 1733 – 1805 Ambulatory Room 5 by Toni Gold Faustus Socinus 1539-1604, (Ambulatory Room 3) by Toni Gold 02/23/22 Francis David, 1520-1579 (Ambulatory Room 14) by Toni Gold 01/26/22 Michael Servetus 1511-1553 (Ambulatory Room 13) by Toni Gold 01/12/22 Who Are the Unitarians and Is This a New Religion? By Gail Bogossian Connecting to Each Other . . . USH Member Phyllis Hall Remembers 12/14/21 Find your spiritual home and get involved Eighty Years is Hard to Put into a Few Minutes by Betty Arnold “I have been asked to talk about what this society means to me. I could just say “everything” and go sit down, but I’ll try to elaborate a bit. Eighty years is hard to put into a few minutes.” Connecting to the Larger Community . . . A Look Into Our Social Justice Activities by Dana Donovan & Joanne Orlando The Village for Families and Children: Then and Now by Joanne Orlando 03/09/22 Community Partnerships About the Meeting House . . . How Things Happen . . . Famous UUs . . . Connecting to Each Other . . . Connecting to the Larger Community . . .