Register for any of these by emailing Cynthia Grace or sign up online using the Class Registration Form

Decoding White Supremacy in Unitarian Universalism

Starts on Thursday, Sept 17th from 7:30 to 9 p.m. (2 Sessions)

This two-session class will examine recent developments in our faith community in which some groups have used the tactics of white supremacy and the Alt-Right to oppose UUA’s work to combat white supremacy. Pre-reading will be necessary; participants will receive a packet prior to the first session. This course is open only to EUUC members.

Facilitator: Cecilia Kingman

Understanding Fascism and Totalitarianism

Starts on Sunday, Oct 11th from 2:00 to 4 p.m. (1 Session)

This one-session class will provide an overview of fascism, totalitarianism and other forms of autocratic rule. This course is open to anyone but pre-registration is required.

Facilitator: Cecilia Kingman

Spiritual Practices Class Series

Starts on Wednesday, Nov 11th from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. (12 Sessions)

The purpose of spiritual practice is to put your heart & soul into reflecting deeply on the meaning of life, to center yourself through age old practices, and to deepen your sense of connection to the web of existence. In this 12-class series, you will have the chance to try out a variety of spiritual practices and develop your own disciplines of the spirit that connect you with the sacred. This class is based on the Faith Forward curriculum developed by the UU Church of Dallas, TX and is designed for use within UU congregations.  It uses a framework that suggests developing daily spiritual practice, weekly worship, monthly service, a yearly retreat, and a once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage.

Facilitators: Rev. Eric Kaminetzky, Nancy Gladow

Creation (and Destruction) Myths From Many Cultures

Starts January 2021

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.

Facilitator: Cynthia Grace