You are invited to join us in Channing Hall on the first Tuesday mornings, September through May, to enjoy these presentations. This year the meeting in January will be on the second Tuesday, January 8.


10:30 am – WDA business meeting

11:00 am – program…visitors and guests are always welcome

Noon – lunch together in Channing Hall … please click on “LUNCHEONS” above, for more about each month’s lunch plans and how to RSVP

Many thanks to Program Chairs Liz Orr and Kathleen Campbell for planning this wonderful series!

Women’s Day Alliance Programs 2018-19

 at First Unitarian Church of Dallas

September 4, 2018

Sharon Thompson, our Director of Membership and Hospitality, will talk about our membership programs and our church’s Faith Forward program

October 2, 2018

Kelsel Thompson, Dean of Students at Paul Quinn College, will speak. We will have a field trip on the fourth Tuesday to visit the college and see how they turned their football field into a community garden.

November 6, 2018

A’ishah Amatullah, our church office administrator, will speak about human trafficking and her own experiences.

December 4, 2018

Dr. Randi Tanglen, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Gender Studies Program at Austin College, will present “Could the Handmaid’s Tale Happen Today?”

January 8, 2019

Good Nutrition for Aging Women

February 5, 2019

“Planning Your Spring Garden”

March 5, 2019

Women’s History Month – Women Who Are Making History

April 2, 2019

Holly Nichols, a docent at The Dallas Museum of Art, will talk about the Berthe Morisot exhibit coming to the DMA. We will have a follow up field trip to the museum to see the exhibit.

May 7, 2019

Rev. Beth Dana, our Minister of Congregational Life, will speak. We will have the installation of our new board.


Looking back…some WDA speakers from previous years


In May, Rev. Aaron White spoke, and installed WDA’s new officers.


In February we enjoyed a presentation by a team from our church’s Food Matters group: Penny Kent, Kathy Kinney and Anne Norvell








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In January, Audette Rackley from the Center on Brain Health spoke about “”Senior Moments–To Worry or Not to Worry and Why Brain Health Matters At Every Age”

In December, we learned about the Meadows Museum collection from Scott Winterrow, Curator of Education.

In December, we learned about the Meadows Museum collection from Scott Winterrow, Curator of Education.

In October, we learned about organic gardening from ___ (left...with Program Chair Kathy Warner)

In October, we learned about organic gardening from Kay Nelson (left…with Program Chair Kathy Warner)

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In September, Rev. Daniel Kanter discussed the Women’s Alliance in the context of our church and this year’s focus on compassion