Adult Religious Exploration
Adult Religious Exploration Committee offers classes, workshops and activities throughout the year. Spring 2016, we are offering the following classes and activities
ARTICULATING YOUR UU FAITH: Four-Part Series
What do you say after you say you are Unitarian Universalist? How can you explain our boundless faith concisely? How do you explain how UUs came to be? Articulating Your UU Faith is a four-session program that takes participants through exercises to help you find your own voice when talking about Unitarian Universalism.
Facilitator: Molly Nolan
4 Sessions: Sundays at 12:30pm: February 21, 28 & March 13, 20
WHAT IS GENERAL ASSEMBLY?
It’s the annual multi-day gathering of Unitarian Universalists in the summer!
What happens there?
Workshops, worship, community growing time - AND decisions about who the Unitarian Universalist Association is, what it will do, and how!
Come to this session to learn more about our wider association. Leave feeling excited to be UU and maybe even interested in being more involved in Unitarian Universalism outside of UUCM!
Facilitator: Kayla Parker
1 Session, Tuesday, March 1st, 6- 8:00pm or
Sunday, March 6th at 9- 10:15am (condensed version)
UNIVERSALISM: A Faith of Radical Inclusiveness in a Two-Part Series
Universalism is rooted in an understanding of the love of God for all creatures. If there’s a heaven, everybody gets in! It’s evolved over the centuries toward an understanding across faiths that we are part of an interconnected web of all life. It is a concept so revolutionary that the response called for can evoke truth and reconciliation across age-old differences, and justice and compassion for all. We’ll consider voices of Universalism stemming from the time of Confucius to our own day in our lives, individual and communal. Participants will be asked to prepare with some readings before each session.
Facilitator: Rev. Jan Carlsson-Bull
2 Sessions, Tuesdays March 22nd and April 19th, 7-8:30 pm
Social gathering to join in conversation and common activities for the purpose of deepening our connections to each other. Light refreshments. 4th Saturday, ongoing monthly.
Contact: Ann Rustici
Monthly: 4th Saturday, 1-3pm
Needle crafters of all kinds, scrapbookers, jewelry artists, journalers and crafters, artisans of all types are invited to gather and explore their art or just to socialize. Enjoy art as craft, as spiritual practice, and as community. Experienced, beginner, and anywhere in between, we’ll meet on the first Saturday of the month and take the group where our collective wisdom guides us.
Contact: Trish Schneider
Monthly: 1st Saturday, 11am -2pm
Be sure to check the Newsletter and Weekly Update for changes and new offering. For more information about The Adult RE program contact Trish or Connie
Ideas and Volunteers Needed
Adult RE Committee welcomes proposals and suggestions for classes and activities. We are also looking for people to join ARE committee and help select, schedule, and publicize programs. If you have ideas or would like to volunteer, contact Connie Welton or Trish Schneider.