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Cooking in Other Women’s Kitchens: Enslaved Cooks in the Antebellum South

Kelly Sharp is an assistant professor of Africana Studies and history at Luther College.She is a specialist on African American and cultural history with a particular emphasis on slavery and material culture in the nineteenth-century US South. Her book, Provisioning Charleston: Food, Race and Labor … read more.

Recent News

  • Calling All Musicians! December 11, 2019 Our 12/22 service will be a “Festival of Music.”  Would you like to share a song of the holiday season?  Instrumentalists and singers alike are needed!  Feel free to suggest ...
  • Celebrating Chalica November 27, 2019 We will be passing out Chalica materials at the service on Sunday, 12/1. But if you can’t come to the service, you can still practice Chalica at home! Every day light a ...
  • Get your chalice for Chalica! November 17, 2019 On 12/1, we will learn about Chalica, a week-long celebration of our UU principles.  As part of the observation of Chalica, everyone will be invited to light a chalice once a ...

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Theme of the Month

Decorah UU has selected themes to explore each month through speakers, readings and even song choices at our services.

January: Brokenness
February: Healing/Wholeness
March: Unity/Diversity
April: Nature
May: Truth

Our overall theme for 2019-2020:
The Power of We