Adult Religious Education





Wednesdays:   March 6, March 13 and March 20 (6:30-8:30pm)

This program addresses a time when someone you love may no longer be able to safely live independently.  The focus will be on concerns for caring for loved ones, resources for supportive aging, developing a plan in consultation with your loved ones and strategies for critical conversations.

Cost:  $15 for all 3 sessions Class limited to 30 participants

Register at the Adult RE Table



Book Discussion Series
Thursdays:   May 16, 23, & 30, (3-4:30pm)
(co-sponsored by  Advocates for Social Justice and Adult RE)
Carol Kraemer and Clare Whitfield will lead a discussion of the widely acclaimed book, Just Mercy:  Making Real the Need for Criminal Justice Reform by attorney Bryan Stevenson.  Mr. Stevenson has been on the front lines of social justice, representing some of the neediest prisoners in the nation. Using stories of his clients, he paints pictures of human beings on the margins of the U.S. legal system. Just Mercy is a compelling narrative on the themes of economic and racial bias.  Join Clare and Carol in a discussion of this important work.
Everyone is encouraged to read the book ahead of time. 
Copies are available from the Sonoma County Library and as a downloadable ebook.  
Online booksellers and second-hand book stores have used copies. Order yours soon!



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. 

Our Purpose
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.

Contact Us
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.

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