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Crone Stones
Everyone loved the Crone Stones at our General Assembly Store! Order the stones and the book directly from Carol Campbell at the Crone Stones website!

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Molly Remer * Brigid’s Grove

Women's Gathering resources
Art and books

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Nan Rogers * Studio Aurora

Goddess-inspired jewelry, cards

Dancing with the Moon  

Kathy Kemerait * Four Sticks Studio

Paintings and prints

Agate Chalice by Kimberlee Clay  

Kimberlee Carlson * Kimberlee Clay

Chalices and UU-inspired mugs

Women of Spirit  

Twinkle Porter-Manning * Matrika Press

Women's retreats
Women's spirituality books and online gatherings



MFBDisplay-sample“Why Margaret Fuller Matters” is a series of text-and-image panels designed to answer the fundamental question of why this great nineteenth-century figure remains important two centuries after her birth. Multiple copies will allow various libraries, community organizations, and Unitarian Universalist congregations to present the display.

For those who have heard of Margaret Fuller only through her connection with her colleagues, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Bronson Alcott, Elizabeth Peabody, and other Transcendentalists, the display will allow them to honor Fuller’s own ideas and contributions. For those who have never heard of Fuller, the display will reveal how her work impacted the actors of the “second revolution” of the nineteenth century—those who dedicated themselves to applying the ideals of the American (“first”) Revolution through courageous actions grounded in revolutionary philosophy and literature.

The ten colorful 24-inch x 18-inch foam core panels that comprise “Why Margaret Fuller Matters” include: an introductory panel; brief sketches of her key colleagues; a chronological telling of her life and her views on women’s rights, education (especially female), class, slavery, American Indian rights, religion, Transcendentalism, her world view as a trans-nationalist, and her vision of a just world.


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NEW! This 20 oz insulated tumbler is great for hot or cold drinks. Comes with a metal straw and straw cleaning brush. Made exclusively for UUWR by The BougainvilleaBloom.com.



"Herstory: The Visionary Life of Lydia Ruyle and the Banners of the Divine Feminine," is a 1-hour documentary film by Dr. Isadora Leidenfrost (Things We Don't Talk About: The Red Tent Movie) that shows the colorful and heartwarming story of Lydia Ruyle, a scholar, author, professor, political activist, matriarch, and iconic artist. At age 60, she began creating her Goddess Banners, which are visionary images of the Sacred Feminine drawn from all cultures. The collection grew from 18 banners to over 300, which she used to inspire, empower, teach, and share their herstories all over the world. The film also documents the incredible story of how her worldwide community came together, with less than 2 weeks notice, to celebrate her, say goodbye, and how they honored the passing of a matriarch.

DVD $25.00 * Digital $14.99 * Rental $4.99



You may make a donation to UU Women and Religion here. We are a 501(c)3 organization. Please select the quantity of $10 increments you would like to donate.