Have you ever had those moments when you tell a stranger or your cousin Moe that your faith is Unitarian Universalism? And then they ask “What’s that?” or “What do you guys believe?” and then you’re not sure what to say next? You are not alone! This class is certainly about knowing what to say next in these situations! But it is much more than that. The ground of your ability to speak clearly about our faith requires YOU to be clear about our faith and what it means to you – and how it has touched and changed so many lives, including yours, for the better.
So, this class is a deeper dive into our own experiences of our UU faith, the Seven Principles, a bit of UU history and theology – all to help you more easily write and talk about our faith. And it includes lots of discussion and sharing and individual and group work and practice in talking about our faith – it’s not lectures!
This class is for members and affiliates of our congregation only! Folks are asked to make a strong commitment to attending all FIVE SESSIONS.
They will be held on Saturdays, from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30, on March 2nd, March 9th, March 16th, March 23rd (and then we skip a Saturday), ending on April 6th. YOU WILL NEED TO REGISTER FOR PLANNING PURPOSES!! Please do this by emailing me and letting me know that you would like to participate and if you will need childcare while attending class – we will provide that if you let us know. This class is limited to 20 people, and we need a minimum of 6 people to make it ‘work,’ given the discussion and sharing. Please join me for this fascinating, helpful and dynamic class!
~ Reverend Cyndi Simpson