Unitarian Universalist Convocation • 2019 history, heritage, and liberal religious studies
1. John Buehrens, UUHHS President welcomes participants

Thursday, October 17, 2019 Opening Session

2, Stephanie May, Collegium President introduces Scholar Talk 1
3. Mark Harris presents the first Scholar Talk titled: Bringing Up the Bodies.
4. Baltimore minister, David Carl Olson with a follow-up question for Mark Harris

Friday, October 18, 2019 Chapel

5. Breakfast in the dining room at the Maritime Conference Center in Lithicum, Maryland
6. John Murray play and morning chapel led by Starr King Students.
7. With music by . . .

Friday, October 18, 2019 Opening Sessions

9. Murray Grove Players present Love Notes
8. Morning remarks.
10. Lauren Levwood presenting: Ralph Waldo Emerson: How India Created America’s First Universalist Unitarian.
11. Convo participants.
12. Claudia Elferdink
13. Claudia Elferdink on An English Businessman, Transylvanian BIshops, & an American Unitarian Woman.
14. Isaac May Catholic Heart, Unitarian Mind: Identity in William Sullivan’s The Priest.
15. Nicole Kirk talked about George Pullman’s Religious World.
16. Dr. Chris Cameron on: Liberal Theology and American Abolitionism.

Friday noon, UU History & Heritage Speaker

Friday Afternoon Sessions

18. Denise Cawley: Bucking the Patriarchy: Florence Buck”s Education Advocacy as Queer Feminist.
17. Navigating the hallways between classrooms at the Maritime Conference Center.
19. Kimberlee Carlson and Kim Mason: Who are these church women? Institute for Religious Education 1916.
20. Arliss Unger: Who Was Jared Sparks?
21. Catherine Evans, The Beginnings of Unitarianism in Baltimore.

Friday Evening: Tour of First Unitarian, Baltimore

22. Classroom with UU Convo 2019 attendees.
23. Buses leave the Maritime Center
24. Conference participants arrive in downtown Baltimore, Maryland at First Unitarian.
25. Catherine Evans, First Church Baltimore Historian led the evening tour.
26. First Unitarian in Baltimore, Maryland.
32. Dan McKanan
33. Channing’s Baltimore Sermon after 200 Years, a lecture by Dan McKanan, the Emerson UUA Senior Lecturer in Divinity, at the Harvard Divinity School. It was given from the same pulpit where the Baltimore Sermon had been delivered by William Ellery Channing in 1819.
34. Participants viewing the “Last Supper” mosaic.
29. In the chancel at First Unitarian in Baltimore.
30. The view from the pulpit.
31. Baltimore minister, David Carl Olson introduces Dan Mckanan.
27. Front doors.
28. Interior of First Unitarian
17 A. introducing Dr. Jenice View, George Mason University
17 B. Jenice View
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Channing’s Baltimore Sermon After 200 years - 73 minutes
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of Channing’s sermon “Unitarian Christianity”
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5. Hotel at the Maritime Conference Center. The covered walk connects it with the classroom building.

Friday Evening: Tour of First Unitarian, Baltimore - Archives

35. Participants viewing the historical archives room at Baltimore’s First Unitarian.
36. In the archives.
37. In the archives.
38. In the archives.
39. In the archives.
38. In congregational hall.