Adult RE activities
NEW! - Leaning into Our Seven Principles
Wednesdays, 7 PM, March 22, March 29, April 12, April 19, May 3
What are our Principles and what meaning do they have for us? Can they be more than aspirational? The seven Principles are simple to state but challenging to implement. Join us as we focus on each of the UU Principles on seven evenings. Come to one or come to all. You are invited to share any print or visual media that has influenced your own encounter with a Principle. This will be an experiential group allowing an opportunity to share our successes as well as our struggles in an attempt to live our covenant out loud. Sharing where we have fallen short or need a hand is especially welcomed.
History of UUism DVD series
Wednesdays February 8 through March 15 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm in
Linus Pauling Hall. The movies show the significant people and places, from the second century to modern times, who have created the theology, philosophy and organization of Unitarian Universalism. A brief discussion follows each movie. These gatherings create a wonderful time for new and old fellowship members to become acquainted with each other and with the core principles.
Joan Landsberg will be facilitating these sessions. An outline of the six movies will be available soon. Members and friends are welcome to come to all six weekly sessions or any that fit into your schedule.
Spirituality Book Club
Yoga and Relaxation
Wednesday mornings from 9:30am to 10:30am
Monday evenings from 5:30pm to 6:30pm: Suspended
Dances of Universal Peace
Chela Sloper hosts Dances of Universal Peace - celebrating traditions through song and movement on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 7pm.
Sunday Morning Meditation
Chinese Essence Qigong: Suspended
In keeping with Unitarian Universalist principles and sources, the Adult Religious Exploration Committee seeks to assist members and friends in two areas:
- Acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth
- A free and responsible search for truth and meaning
Our program seeks to:
- Inform and educate
- Inspire commitment to the Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism
- Practice mutual ministry
- Support and encourage spiritual growth for ourselves and others
- Understand injustice and oppression as a systemic problem
- Promote justice through education, advocacy and service in collaboration with the Social Justice Committee
- Provide opportunities to wrestle with ethical issues
We plan, promote, and offer short- and longer term opportunities to enhance these two important areas of individual and congregational life.
We seek input and listen to suggestions that could become specific offerings.
Current Adult Religious Exploration Committee Members: Jan Lindeman, Kathleen Harrington, Robin Slocum, Jan Lawton, Elaine Wierman, Rev. Antonia Won