Spring 2017 Retreat – 2–5 June
EUT-2017 European Unitarians Together First All-European Assembly of Unitarians and UUs
Note: Bookings for hotel rooms and conference are separate, unless you qualify for the “young family” special registration.
Registration is now open. The registration period is short! The deadline for registering without an extra charge is April 15!
EUT-2017 website with detailed information Unitarian Universalists of all ages, from all over Europe, will gather for the first ever all-European Unitarian Assembly, jointly hosted by EUU and URFG (German Unitarians). This special 3-day retreat will have 2 exciting theme speakers and the choir from First Unitarian Society of Newton, Massachusetts.
The conference will be held at the beautiful Edwin-Scharff-Haus, on the south bank of the Danube, overlooking the old quarter of Ulm, which has the world’s tallest church tower. Ulm is also the birthplace of Albert Einstein. The area around Ulm offers innumerable possibilities for sightseeing.
Join us for a long weekend of learning, discussion, worship, contemplation, singing, socializing, and friendship for all ages! Various guided tours are available. Bring your instruments to join in the music.
Prof. Manuela Kalsky
Professor of Theology & Society, Free University AmsterdamProfessor Kalsky is in charge of the Dutch multimedia project “New We,” which aims to strengthen social cohesion and the capacity to live with others from different cultures and religions. A key element of her work is bridging contradictions between “us” and “them” in society.
Flexible Believers and theSearch for a New We
The Rev. William Schulz
President Emeritus, Unitarian Universalist Service Committee (UUSC), former UUA President and Exec Director Amnesty International USA
“William Schulz… has done more than anyone in the American human rights movement to make human rights issues known in the United States.” — The New York Review of Books, June, 2002The Limits of Dignity: Is Democracy Incompatiblewith Human Nature?