Religious Exploration for Adults
The winter/spring semester at First Unitarian focuses on Social Justice. Join us every Sunday for community building, feeding our minds and spirits, and putting our principles into action.
Heeding the Call: Qualities of a Justice Maker | Library/Room 103
This class will meet on the first and third Sundays.
Participants explore some of the qualities that help us create a better world, such as empathy, courage, cooperation and imagination. The classes will include skill building and contemplative activities to tap into what we need to “transform our world.
Justice in Action | Library/Room 103
This class will meet every fourth Sunday.
Come learn more about social justice work happening in our neighborhood–both issues and ways you can get involved.
Pagan & Earth-Centered Voices in Unitarian Universalism | Parlor, Room 101
This class meets every Sunday except on the second Sunday in the Parlor, Room 101.
A reading and discussion class open to everyone, pagans and non-pagans. The book by the same title is edited by Jerrie Kishpaugh Hilderbrand & Shirley Ann Ranck.
Multigenerational One Room Schoolhouse | Social Hall
This class will meet every second Sunday in the Social Hall.
Adults, children and youth will gather to explore the ministry theme through a song, story, mindfulness practice, and activity stations. There will be activities suitable for adults and children. This is a great opportunity to get to know our community members of all ages–you never know when you will make a new friend.
New to First U
This class meets occasionally upon request.
This workshop is designed to introduce newcomers to Unitarian Universalism (and to First Unitarian) or to reacquaint those who may be returning after an absence. Led by several different First U members and professional staff, this class will provide information about Sunday services, theology, history, social justice, religious exploration and governance, and will equip participants to make an informed decision about membership.