The adult religious exploration committee sponsors and promotes programs that include at least one of the following:
- Opportunities to be introduced to new ideas and experiences.
- Opportunities for people to tell their own stories.
- Opportunities to deepen understanding of Unitarian Universalism.
- Encounters with wisdom from the sources of our living Unitarian Universalist tradition—direct experience, words and deeds of prophetic people, the world’s religions, Jewish and Christian tradition, humanist teachings and the guidance of reason, and spiritual teachings of earth-centered traditions
- Communities of care, support, and concern.
- Engagement with ethical and moral questions.
- Calls to faith in action, working within the congregation and in the wider world to build communities of justice and love.
- Spiritual experiences which inspire, transform, and sustain.
Contact the committee co-chair leaders, Timothy B. or Carolyn B., [e] firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas or questions!
- Sharing Circle: Coordinated with the monthly worship theme, this program is offered in the OSC at 9:15 a.m. on the last Sunday of the month. It is led by volunteers from our community and follows a suggested curriculum provided by Soul Matters. Begins January 29, 2017, with What Does It Mean To Be A Community of Prophecy?
- State of the UUnion Book Club: This four-month discussion group talks about our current political landscape and strategies for understanding and healing the cultural divide in our country. Led by Rev. Seth Fisher and Timothy B. and referring to The Righteous Mind by Jonathan Haidt. (See announcement here.) Begins January 8, 2017.