Horizon offers adults opportunities to grow in knowledge, wisdom, and spirit. Classes range from one-session workshops to semester-long courses. Announcements also are listed in the weekly e-newsletter and the bulletin boards around the church.
For more information or to enroll in a class, email Lauren Daniell, Director of Lifespan Religious Education, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sundays, 9:00-10:10 am
Adult Religious Exploration Forum
Our weekly facilitators bring topics that motivate us spiritually and challenge us intellectually. Topics, guest presenters, and class focus varies from week to week. Drop-ins welcome. Click on this link to see this month’s programs: ARE Sunday Morning Forum
11:45 am-12:30 pm
The Inquirers’ Series is designed for those interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism and Horizon. This five-part series of classes is offered multiple times a year. The classes do not need to be taken in a specific order.
You don’t need to sign up in advance; just come and attend. Childcare is provided at no cost. Light snacks are served in the fellowship hall. You are welcome to bring a snack and drink to the class. email@example.com
June 16: Congregational Life & Membership
July 28: Q & A with Director of Education
Aug. 4: Social Action & Community Service
Aug. 11: Q & A with Rev. Lora
Aug. 18: Caring & Connecting
Sept. 8: Congregational Life & Membership
Sunday, June 30
Our UU Roots Workshop
Have you ever wondered about the history of Unitarian Universalism? Here your chance to get a brief, multimedia overview of the history and background of our religion. Drop ins welcome.
Sundays, July 21, 28 and August 4
Credo Writing for Adults is a set of three workshops designed for you to explore your spiritual journey and religious identity. You will reflect on how you got to now, engage with texts as they relate to your spiritual life, and craft a statement about who you are as a person of faith. In addition, you will be invited to present your credo to the congregation before the Heritage Trip to Boston in September.
Late summer Dates & Times TBD
Themes from UU History
This course provides an in-depth look at the people, movements and events which helped shape Unitarian Universalism into the faith it is today. Not only will we learn about figures such as Olympia Brown, Ralph Waldo Emerson, William Ellery Channing and Lucile Shuck Longview, but explore how these individuals faced challenges and discover how their legacies influence our personal religious lives and practices.
Trip Dates: October 3-6, 2019
UU Heritage Trip to Boston
If you’re familiar with our Coming of Age (COA) program for youth, it’s a class that mirrors the Bar/Bat Mitzvah year, during which youth define their own beliefs and spiritual journey. It culminates in a heritage trip to Boston, the historical center of Unitarian Universalism in the United States.
As many of us didn’t grow up UU, we’ve missed the chance to take part in this series. Now, we can! To see details about the COA for Adults course of study and heritage trip to Boston, click here.
Boston Trip fast facts:
Will take place October 3-6, 2019 (Thursday-Sunday) but expect to travel on Wednesday, October 2. There is an opening dinner Wednesday night and programming will begin Thursday morning.
Participants make their own transportation and lodging plans to fit their budgets. Participants are encouraged to travel and room together to save costs.
Your guides will be the Rev. Lora Brandis, Lauren Daniell and Doc Simmons