Minns 2013 Series
March 8 – 9, 2013

Young for Liberty
The UU Movement in the 21st Century

In the spirit of William Ellery Channing, who once said “I was always young for liberty,” the Minns Lectures for 2013 was structured around three lively interactive presentations on how our free-faith tradition speaks to, and in the past reached out to, young people — and how today’s revolution in social media can reshape, enlarge, and invigorate that outreach today. Click on the button below for details and video of the two days' lectures.

Andrea Greenwood photo
The Rev. Andrea Greenwood
Naomi King photo
The Rev. Naomi King
Peter Bowden photo
Peter Bowden

Lecture 1: Friday, March 8, 7–9 pm

King's Chapel House, 64 Beacon St., Boston; no-cost reception included

Sticking with Stories: Unitarianism and the Creation of Children’s Literature
Delivered by the Rev. Andrea Greenwood

Lectures 2 and 3: Saturday, March 9, 10 am–2:30 pm

First Church in Boston, 66 Marlborough St., Boston; no-cost luncheon included

Ministry in the Age of Collaboration: Congregations in a Hyper-Connected Generous World
Delivered by the Rev. Naomi King
Ministry in the Age of Collaboration: Faithful Practices and Principles
Delivered by Peter Bowden