Classes & Workshops – Summer 2017
Please sign up for all classes at the Adult RE table (unless drop in specified) or register below online.
Seniors in Transition
It’s human nature to put off or even ignore life’s difficult decisions and the challenges of aging may intimidate us. To help prepare for the important transitions that aging demands of us, Adult RE is again sponsoring an eight-week program presented by the Seniors in Transition program. Starting on August 17, this class will take place on Thursday afternoons through October 5. It offers a supportive environment where you can explore options for independent living and alternatives when living on your own is no longer safe or desirable. Topics covered will be participants’ current status, hopes and dreams with regard to independent living, stereotypes of aging, in-home care, alternative living situations and downsizing. Presenters will discuss personal knowledge of local senior communities, arrange possible site visits, and discuss how to share your plan with friends and family.
The lead facilitator will be Ms. India Geibel. India is a former nurse and also taught nursing at Boise State University prior to retirement. She lived in Santa Rosa in the past and has returned here after her retirement. She may be assisted from time to time by another facilitator, John Morris. John has a passion for working with seniors and cared for his mother-in-law during her final years with alzheimers. Today John is a private caregiver for several local clients in addition to working with the Seniors in Transition program.
Dates: 8/17, 8/24, 8/31, 9/7, 9/14, 9/21, 9/28 and 10/5
To register online for Seniors in Transition, please click Register and fill out the form. (Or sign up at RE table) Class size limited to 14.
A Long Strange Trip:
These CDs provide a history of Unitarian and Universalist thought and practice from the early, liberal strands at the beginning of the Christian era to what we know today as Unitarian Universalism. You can check out copies of the DVD’s to watch at home – alone or with a group. Limit: 3 DVD’s at a time with a 3 week time limit. Contact Adult RE committee if you’re interested.
Who We Are
Members of the Adult Religious Education Committee are: Rev. Chris Bell, Nadene Carroll, Phil Harriman, Sarita Hazen, Helga Lemke (Chair) , and John Speck.
Guided by the Principles and rooted in the Sources of Unitarian Universalism and the Vision and Mission of the Congregation, the Adult RE Team strengthens community and facilitates spiritual growth by offering classes, activities, programs, training of facilitators and coordination of other UUCSR activities.
If you would like to volunteer to help with a workshop, have an idea for a new program, or have questions, please contact any committee member or visit RE table. Classes free for workshop volunteers.