Adult Education Program
Our adult class offerings feed the soul and refresh the mind. Forums, discussions, and classes on a variety of topics are held throughout the week.
An Opportunity to learn about Our Unitarian and Universalist Heritage
Please join our Ministerial Intern, Stephanie McCullough-Cain in learning about Unitarian Universalism’s rich and complex history! Stephanie will be facilitating two sessions; the first on Thursday March 19th from 7pm to 8:30, and the second will be Thursday March 26th from 7pm to 8:30. The first session will be focused on the beginnings of American Unitarianism; beginning in Philadelphia with roots in Polish Socinianism, and in Boston growing out of the rising tensions between the Congregationalists (Trinitarians) and the Arian liberal Christians (Unitarians). We’ll also look at the Transcendentalist Movement which began in the early 19th century; Unitarians Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller and Theodore Parker and their influence in the movement will be explored. Session two will focus on American Universalism starting with Englishman John Murray who brought Universalism to America and other remarkable Universalists; Elhanan Winchester, Hosea Ballou, Olympia Brown and famous Universalist women who worked for social reform. You can sign up on the Adult Education Board in the North Room or contact the church office to register at email@example.com.
MUSIC CLASS - Part II and Part III
Our Music Director, Paul Winchester, will holding Part II of his Music Class on Tuesday, March 24th and Part III on Tuesday, April 21st, both at 6:30 pm here at UUCM. March's class will be A Brief History of Music. You do not need to have attended the first session to attend these two classes. The sign-up sheet is in the North Room on the Adult Education Board or you can contact the church office to register at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come and celebrate the Celtic festival of Beltane - the renewal of life in nature on Friday, May 1st from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. We will drum in honor of the May Queen and the Green Man. No drumming experience is necessary, bring your own drum, or let us know if you need to borrow a drum. This inspriational and delightful evening is open to anyone age 16 and older. Gabriel Ross of Creative Spirit will be facilitating this class and the cost will be $20.00. Please contact Pat Baker to reserve your space.
Do you have other topics/ideas or want to facilitate a class? Please contact the church office.