More classes are coming, including one session taught by Rachel Maxwell on Money and the Holidays in November, and a series taught by Cynthia Grace on Mythologies of Origins beginning in January. And there will be others.

Keeping Up With Our Kids

Starts on Wednesday, October 16 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in The Friarplace

This class will meet monthly on Wednesdays, beginning October 16. This 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? Do they have anything important to say to us as Unitarian Universalists? Janet Robertson will facilitate our discussions. She will hand out materials. Sign up here.

Fake News Posts and Pretend Americans

Starts on Thursday, October 17 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in Room 5

This class will meet weekly on Thursdays for eight weeks, beginning October 17.  The class will cover Russian fake news posts designed to make Americans dislike, disrespect, and distrust one another. In addition to reviewing what is happening and why, this class will look at specific examples to explore how this online fakery works and what its impacts are on America. The class will be limited to 11 people and will be led by Nick Maxwell. If you are interested in joining this class, sign up here.