Religious Exploration for Adults
FALL RELIGIOUS EXPLORATION ADULT CLASS begins September 11th. It meets in the Library from 9:45-10:45 on Sunday mornings, except for the 2nd Sunday of each month
We are rebuilding our in-person RE programs and we need your help! Please come join us on Sunday mornings for coffee, fellowship and brainstorming. What do we want our Adult RE classes to be? Do we want teachers or do we want a group facilitated gathering? While we brainstorm, we will explore the monthly Soul Matters theme as we do the planning for MORSH. What is MORSH? Something that could be really cool, if we all take part.
For Everyone: MORSH! Multigenerational One Room Schoolhouse 9:45am-10:45am
On the second Sunday of every month, adults, children and youth gather to explore the monthly theme through art, story, games & activity stations. Suitable for adults & children. This is a great opportunity to get to know community members of all ages- you never know when you will make a new friend. Second Sundays in the Social Hall. There are no other RE classes on MORSH Sundays.
Adult RE will be a lively and interactive exploration of the churchwide monthly theme. Class will include spiritual exercises, questions that encourage reflection on daily living and the events of our times, and resources such as articles and videos to help us explore the theme in more depth. Everyone registered for the class will be sent a pdf of the month’s packet. It will include all the activities we will be doing throughout the month as well as links to the articles, music, videos and poetry that we will be exploring. Our September theme is “Belonging”
Weekly attendance is not mandatory.
If you are interested in joining this class, Register here.
Once you have registered, you will be emailed the month’s theme packet full of materials.
Check out the Chalica Booklet. Chalica is the first week of December, the only holiday created by UU’s. This booklet is full of ideas to help you make this holiday your own.
New to First U
This class meets occasionally upon request and will be on hold until it is safe to meet.
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.