"Church cannot be a place where we . . . come together once a week and enjoy our doctrine and congratulate ourselves that we have a faith free from superstition. We must do something for others, as well as for ourselves. And the more we have done for others, the more in the end, we shall find we have done for ourselves."
-- Caroline Bartlett Crane, Unitarian minister, suffragist, and civic reformer, born August 5, 1858.
Left to right: Rev. Galen Guengerich, senior minister of the Unitarian Church of All Souls, New York City, with women honored with Sisterhoods by the congregation's Women's Alliance earlier this year: Rose Patton, Joan C. Brown, and Sheila Darnborough.
Looking for a Way to Honor Women in Your Congregation?
UUWF's Clara Barton Sisterhood is a great way to honor women aged 80 or more for their often unsung contributions to your religious community.