UU Resources

Reading Sacred Scripture

October 2021 through May 2022
The first Sunday of each month
6-7pm EST 

Gather with Amy Wright Glenn, MA in Religion and Education from Teachers College, Columbia University to study eight sacred scriptures from around the world. Amy served as the Director of Religious Education at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton from 2018-2021. She is known for connecting intellectual rigor/honesty with a compassionate/empathic exploration of our world’s wisdom traditions.

Reading Sacred Scripture is offered without charge and is open to all.
Participants can join for the entire series or join for one class.
Donations to the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton are encouraged.

Readings will reflect the wisdom from the Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Sikh, Pagan, and Unitarian Universalist wisdom traditions. This course (outside of breakout rooms) will be recorded and made available to all via the UUFBR website and the Institute for the Study of Birth, Breath, and Death’s website. Reading are made available during each session, so there is no “homework” to prepare. Simply show up and journey into reflection with us!

Join Zoom Meeting


Meeting ID: 882 6072 8335
Passcode: 011160

Webinar recordings:

World Religions

For the 2020-2021 academic year, Amy led both the children and the adults in her UU fellowship through a UU-inspired World Religions curriculum. Below you will find links to the presentations Amy made to the adults drawn to the study. All are welcome to view the recordings.

September ~ Unitarian Universalism
October ~ Zoroastrianism
November ~ Judaism
December ~ Christianity
January ~ Islam
February ~ Hinduism
March ~ Buddhism
April ~ Taoism
May ~ Unitarian Universalism

UU Parent Support 

Amy recorded 7 UU Parent Support videos focusing on key UU Principles in relation to parenting during the Covid-19 pandemic ~ and beyond. All parents, both from within the UU tradition, and those inspired by the UU tradition, are welcome to draw upon insights shared below.

Deep listening

Connect before you correct

Making anti-racist conversations a part of daily life 

What are tantrums? How best to respond? 

Nurturing a brave space for honesty 

Talking with children about death 


These UU offerings above are free for all. However, donations of any amount are always appreciated. All donations will be given to UUFBR, Amy’s home UU community. Use this link to donate any amount. 
All are welcome to join the Holding Space + Covid-19 Circle of Care for more resources during this time.

Hope is all brightness
as we gaze upon
the precipice
Not casting our eyes,
but filling our lungs eagerly
with the fresh air
of a new day,
our souls in winged orbit
outdistance the moon.
~ Sally Borden, UU poet

Amy Wright Glenn served as Director of Religious Education at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Boca Raton (UUFBR) in South Florida from 2018-2021.

She continues to offer classes open to all via Zoom dedicating 100% of donations made to UUFBR.