Category: Prague

Místní místním – Local Locals (Prague UU/IUCP Social Action)

by EUU Social Action Committee member Barbara Woodard, IUCP (Prague) The UU English speaking congregation of Prague dedicated their Christmas service offering to Místní místním (Local Locals) for the purchase of food and drink vouchers which will be given to people living on the street. Místní místním connects cafes, restaurants and other shopkeepers who agree … Continue reading Místní místním – Local Locals (Prague UU/IUCP Social Action)

Prague Unitarians – Black Lives Matter Reading Challenge

On Saturday February 27th, one of our younger members (age 17), Kadri Aston, launched a project for ‘Black Lives Matter Reading Challenge.’  Our congregation is sponsoring Kadri to read a number of books on the ‘Black Lives Matter Movement.’  Kadri will read one book per month, will provide a review of the book and what … Continue reading Prague Unitarians – Black Lives Matter Reading Challenge

10 Reasons To Come To The EUU Retreat in Prague – RETREAT CANCELLED

Unfortunately, we have had to cancel the much-anticipated Spring Retreat because of the coronavirus pandemic.   Prague is one of the most beautiful and historic cities in Europe , with sites such as the Charles Bridge, Prague Castle with Saint Vitus Cathedral, the historic fort of Vysehrad and countless other sites. Historically, during the First … Continue reading 10 Reasons To Come To The EUU Retreat in Prague – RETREAT CANCELLED

Prague put on an art festival to benefit charity – and here’s a guide to how we did it

In November 2018, the Prague Unitarians (International Unitarian Church of Prague) organized an art exhibition, Everyone’s Original, to raise money for a local charity, Amelie, that supports cancer patients and their families. David Wadmore, one of the organizers, has written a guide to how it was done – in case some other EUU fellowships might … Continue reading Prague put on an art festival to benefit charity – and here’s a guide to how we did it