Adult Religious Education

 

Classes and Offerings

 

Humanism:  

Chris Bell will lead a class on humanism which stresses the potential value and goodness of human beings, emphasizes common human needs, and seeks solely rational ways of solving human problems.  

Wednesdays:  10/23, 10/30 11/13 and 11/20  6:30-8:30pm
Register at the Adult RE Table
 
 

 

 

This series examines pre-Judeo Christian cultures that may have worshiped the female as divine. The concepts of equality and reverence for the female in a religious setting are eye-opening to many participants.
 

   Part I:  September 28 through October 26      Cost:  $25

   Part II:  January 11, 2020 through February 15Cost:  $30

          Saturdays:   9/28 through 2/15/20202-4pm

No-one will be turned away for lack of funds

Register at the Adult RE Table

 

Music and Meaning in the Movies

Alan Bell will present a six-week series on the influence of music in movies.  Music doesn’t just accompany a movie.  It frequently defines how we interpret the actual meaning of a scene, a character’s inner thoughts, reminds us of past events, and so on.  We’ll also celebrate some of the great film composers of the classic movie era.

Mondays:  September 30 through November 4

6:30-8:30pm

Register at the Adult RE Table

West County Theology Class
 
Starting in August, Rev. Chris will teach a UU history class  based on the UUA curriculum “Faith like a River: Themes from UU History”.  It’ll be held in Sebastopol at Two Acre Wood, 680 Robinson Road (off of Bodega Highway), in the Common Room.  If you need directions, call Judy Wismer.   Okay to drop in.
 

Part I:  Remaining classes on 9/25, 10/2, 10/9.  

Part II: 12/4, 12/11, 12/18, 1/8, 1/15, 1/22, 1/29. 

Wednesday evenings 6:30-8:30pm

 

 

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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