Rev. Jen Crow develops and pilots UU Wellspring at First Unitarian Church of Rochester (NY).
First Unitarian Church runs the first two groups.
Rev. Jen Crow and two original pilot group members present on UU Wellspring to a standing-room crowd at UUA General Assembly.
Funding from the UUA enables UU Wellspring to be offered in 15 additional congregations.
Wellspring leadership again presents to a standing-room crowd at UUA General Assembly.
First Unitarian Church of Rochester develops a second Wellspring curriculum, Deep Questions, which focuses on the seven UU principles and the questions they raise.
An additional grant is received to develop two additional years of curricula and run pilot groups. The Spiritual Practices curriculum is completed and piloted.
A national steering committee is formed.
Administrative oversight of UU Wellspring moves to First Universalist Church of Minneapolis, as Rev. Jen Crow accepts a ministerial position there.
The newest UU Wellspring curriculum, Faithful Actions, is piloted with members of three New York congregations.
Several new Congregations added and all four curricula are being used.
Inaugural Boston Area group is formed with religious professionals and seminarians.
Two inaugural online UU Sources groups form for religious professionals.
Grant from UU Funding to support one online class for religious professionals with scholarships for ministerial interns, seminarians, religious educators in the credentialing program, and directors of music.
Four online UU Sources group form, three more than the funding supported.
Two new congregations joined and two returned from a sabbatical.
Pilot for Sacred Arts.
Unitarian Universalist Sunday School Society Grant to develop UU Wellspring for Youth
Sacred Arts introduced to Congregations
Sacred Arts and Deep Questions introduced to Online Religious Professionals