The Unitarian Universalists of Geneva are a community of curious and compassionate thinkers and doers. We gather to explore and be reminded of what really matters in life through discourse with friends who respect our personal journey. We are diverse in faith, ethnicity, history and spirituality but aligned our desire to make a difference for good. We recharge through not only discourse, but also through song and the lighting of a candle, experiencing awe and connection. We also challenge each other to live our values through social action initiatives.
We offer our children the opportunity to develop their personal moral structure and spiritual path through socially conscious activities and studies of world philosophies, traditions and religions.
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2018 EUU Spring Retreat
13-15 April 2018
Big delegation from UU Geneva anticipated with antipation!!
Registration is soon open.
Next UUG Monthly Gathering
When: Sunday, 25 February 2018, 5:30pm (4th Sunday)
Where: The Quaker House
Title: Poetry for the Soul, Rumi and Others
Guest Speaker: Carla Drysdale
Carla Drysdale is a Canadian poet who lives in France just over the border from Geneva, where she works as an editor, writer and communications consultant for the United Nations. She lives with her husband and two boys.Her poems have appeared in numerous publications, including Paris Press, Cleaver Magazine, PRISM, The Same, LIT, The Literary Review of Canada, Canadian Literature, The Fiddlehead, Global City Review, Literary Mama and in the anthology Entering the Real World: VCCA Poets on Mt. San Angelo. In May, 2014 she was awarded PRISM's annual Earle Birney poetry prize for her poem, "Inheritance." She was nominated by Zoetic Press in 2015 for Bettering American Poetry recognition. Her poem, “New Year's Eve” was set to music by American Pulitzer-prize winning composer David Del Tredici.
Her first full-length collection of poems, Little Venus, was published by Toronto’s Tightrope Books in 2009, and her chapbook, Inheritance, was published by Finishing Line Press in 2016. She is working on a novel, The Sky Over Beaumaris, set in 1910, northern Wales.
She received an MFA in Poetry from Sarah Lawrence College in 1999 and has been awarded residencies at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and La Porte Peinte in Noyers-Sur-Serein, France.
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Social Hour: after the gathering we share potluck apéros and beverages of choice, so you are welcome to bring something to share. (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).
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