Speaker: Joanna Henderson

Joanna has been a member of the Concord UU Church since 1995, and at one time or another has served on most committees and held many volunteer jobs over the years. She is an historian who retired from academia several years ago but still teaches in several life long learning programs including OSHER/Dartmouth, LINEC at New England College and AIL at Colby-Sawyer.

Failure is Impossible

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On the 100th anniversary of women in America being able to vote, we will honor the leader of that movement – Susan B. Anthony. Raised as a Quaker, she joined and attended the Rochester NY Unitarian church for many years. Even at a … read more.

Telling Stories About Ourselves

Writing a childhood memoir is a journey of the soul.

Writing a childhood memoir is a journey of the soul as much as it is a window into it. Things get uncovered you didn’t know were there.  And, it is perhaps one of the best ways … read more.

The Need for Answers

In the information age, with answers literally at our fingertips, why is it important to still have mystery in our lives? Is the need for an answer greater than the desire for the unknown or inexplicable? The emphasis on proof and outcomes is important but mystery persists … read more.