Adult Religious Education

Throughout the year, there will be classes, activities and events offered that all adults may participate in. Below are the classes planned for 2016-17.  Check the calendar for dates.  Download LFD prospectus.

Sunday Circle

Introduction to Unitarian Universalism

Come learn what it means to be Unitarian Universalist. Learn our values and principles, our beliefs and our practices. Discuss what we believe, what we do, and who we are. This class is appropriate for newcomers but also long-time UUs who would like a better foundation for their faith.

 

Becoming a Member

Come learn more information about becoming a member of UUC.  Check calendar for upcoming classes.

 

Building Your Own Theology

Originally designed more than 25 years ago, Building Your Own Theology (BYOT) has been updated to help UUs in their personal search for truth and meaning in a creedless denomination.  Based on the belief that each of us is capable of forming a personal belief system, BYOT encourages personal exploration into human nature, ultimate reality, history, ethics and religious meaning. allowing participants to develop their own personal credos. This fall, Don will facilitate a four-session version of BYOT, with classes held Tuesday evenings October 18 - November 8.  Register online. Class size is limited.


Sunday Circle

Join us for stimulating conversation on a variety of topics. Meets the first and third Sundays of the month at 8:30 AM in the Library September-May. View upcoming topics.

 

Conversations on Our Faith

Bring your lunch and join the conversation, as we discuss a book that deepens our spiritual journey. All are welcome, even if you have not read the chapters being discussed. Group members share their insights and personal experiences and all thoughts and opinions are welcome. Meets Wednesdays at noon.  

 

Meditation Group

Start or deepen your meditation practice. Centering words and basic instruction are followed by sitting practice. Non-experienced and experienced meditators are welcome. Meets Tuesday evenings 7:00-8:00.

 

Small Group Ministries (SGM): 

Join a group of 6-10 that meets regularly to explore individual stories of faith and discuss spiritual topics of interest such as loss, transformation, God, love and forgiveness. SGM is designed to help us build stronger relationships with one another and to strengthen the fabric of our community. Read the SGM brochure and/or sign up online via this link. Learn more.