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Adult Religious Education at Horizon

Horizon Book Group

 Every Fourth Tuesday

 12:00 noon-1:00pm

 Horizon Library

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Bring a brown bag lunch and join this fun group that explores one book each month. Come share in an invigorating conversation about classic and contemporary titles over lunch. 

 

Wellspring for Unitarian Universalists

 September-May
Adults age 18 and over

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UU Wellspring is a spiritual deepening program for Unitarian Universalists. The program provides opportunities to explore Unitarian Universalist history and belief structures, and to consider the meaning of the UU faith in our lives.

 The program is supported by five practices: working with a spiritual director, reflecting on Unitarian Universalist history and theology, committing to regular spiritual practice, small group participation, and putting our faith into action.  Everyone is welcome, no matter where you are on your spiritual path.   Enrollment begins in late summer.  Once these groups are formed, they are closed to new participants until the following year.

 

Women’s Sunday Morning Journey Group

 2nd and 4th Sundays

  8:30am – 9:45am

 Portable Rm. #9

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This is a group for women to practice deep listening and sharing.  The group forms twice a year in the fall and in the spring. Topics include gratitude, forgiveness, god, loss and grief, nature, friendship, doubt, sustainable living, and the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism. 
 
  

Wisdom Circle                                           

 Mondays 7:15pm – 9:15pm
Adults age 18 and over

 Horizon Library

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Group meetings include a check-in and discussion of a weekly life issue topic selected by a group member.  These have included appreciation, success and failure, fear, procrastination, staying optimistic in hard times, anger, healing, leaving a legacy, forgiveness, trust, and compassion.

 

 Adult Religious Explorations

 Sunday Morning Forum

 Sundays, 9:00-10:10am

 Horizon Library

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The Sunday morning Adult Religious Explorations forum features a variety of topics and guest presenters.  Class focus varies from week to week; the first Sunday of each month features a Christian-oriented discussion, while the third features a facilitated small group spiritual exploration and personal sharing.  We recognize that as UUs, we are seekers with an insatiable desire to explore and learning from many sources. Our weekly facilitators bring topics that motivate us spiritually and challenge us intellectually.

  

Semester classes

 Each semester Horizon Growth and Learning offers a variety of classes to support our adult learners’ growth in both mind and spirit.  Spanning 4-8 class meetings, semester courses can range from topics such as spiritual development, Unitarian Universalist history and theology, and ethical living.  Classes usually begin in September and January.

 Spring 2015 courses include:

 Four Wednesday sessions

 January 21st - February 11th

 7-9 PM

  Prepare-Enrich® is an informative and educational program for COUPLES planning to live in or currently living in committed relationships.

  

Spirit in Community:

 Not for Ourselves Alone

 with Lisa Krishnan, MEd, LPC professional personal coach

 6 sessions

 Break out of your spiritual bubble!  Life is experienced through relationship; this brief course asks us to shift the question from "Who am I?" to "Whose are we?". 

 The Shared Pulpit

 With Loraine McNeill

 8 sessionsMondays, 6:30-9:30pm

 Beginning March 2

 

The Shared Pulpit is an eight-session experience based upon Erika Hewitt's work of the same title. This course is for everyone interested in deepening their spirituality and exploring their own personal lay ministry regardless of experience with writing or public speaking. It is designed to deepen connections and to help the layperson find his or her own voice as a lay leader.

 

 

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Horizon Unitarian Universalist Church
1641 W. Hebron Parkway
Carrollton, Texas 75010
(972) 492-4940

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