Register by emailing Cynthia or sign up online using the Class Registration Form

Ongoing Classes:

Keeping Up With Our Kids

Continuing December from 6:30 to 8 p.m.

This class will continue to meet monthly in the Friarplace. Come join us any month. The adult class will follow along with our Faith Development grade school study of Bible Stories this year. We will read and discuss scripture selections on which the kids’ curriculum is based. Why do we read these stories? How does the way you were taught about them in Sunday School differ from what you think now or from the way they may be approached by the children? Do they have anything important to say to us as Unitarian Universalists

Meetings are on the third Wendesday of each month.

Facilitator: Janet Robinson

 

Classes Starting in January 2020:

Examining Whiteness – a UUA Curriculum for white people (offering of the Social Justice Committee)

Starts on Thursday, Jan 9th from 7:00 to 9 p.m. (7 Sessions)

  • Do you worry about saying the wrong thing?
  • Are you confused about how to navigate through racial relations today?

This course will unpack how white supremacy culture has affected you and how you can develop a positive white identity.
7-session course weekly on Thursdays beginning January 9th, 7-9 PM, sponsored by the Racial Justice Committee.
Sign-ups soon. Class size is limited to 15 participants.
Please note: this class will include outside reading and other homework. We will be discussing challenging issues. Think carefully before committing to this class. We feel it will be very rewarding.

Meetings are weekly on Thursdays.

Co-facilitators: Pam Iverson, June Saty, Michelle Harper Kowalczyk, Vicky Kleinman

 

Creation (and Destruction) Myths From Many Cultures

Starts on Tuesday, Jan 14th from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. (5 Sessions)

We are all living on the big blue planet that is 8,000 miles in diameter. It travels at an average speed of 67,000 mph around the sun. And the sun is traveling roughly 450,000 mph around the galaxy. There are about 7.7 billion different folks on that earth spaceship. All have asked the question who we are and whose we are? Let’s explore some of those answers looking at ancient stories all the way to modern stories told to us by science. Let us consider that what we call a myth today was scientific truth in the past.

Meetings are on the second Tuesday of each month.

Facilitator: Cynthia Grace