Spirituals Growth is a 

Life Long Journey

and right now is great time to get back on the road  

Faith Formation for Adults

All we do is Faith Development
All We Teach is Unitarian Universalism
The Congregation is the Curriculum 

2021 Fall Schedule

  Monday

7:45 -8 :45 p.m.

UUCM, 328 Paddock Avenue

Facilitator: Denis Picard

Gong Meditation

Facilitator: Denis Picard

 A Tibetan lama was asked how do you teach a child to meditate? His answer was to ring a bell and wait for the sound to disappear. The gong experience is a sound immersion of emotional crescendos accented by periods of silence, listening for the fade to infinity… Come join us as we journey together into the deep space of your interior. No experience needed, just a set of ears.
Join Dennis in-person on Monday evenings at UUCM, 384 Paddock Avenue

  Wednesday, Oct 6 2021 

6:30-8 p.m.

UUCM, 328 Paddock Avenue

Facilitator:  Trish Schneider

Pop Up Book Chat

Facilitator: Trish Schneider

You’re invited to a popup book discussion: Trish & friends are reading The book of Longings, a novel by Sue Monk Kidd, and they recommend you do too! Join in person for a conversation on this fascinating novel. Whether you read some or all in time to chat, you’re welcome to pop in!

  Saturday, oct. 2, 2021

10-11:30 p.m.

Facilitator:  Kathy 

Soul Circle Small Group Ministry 

Facilitator: Kathy

Using the Circle of Trust format popularized by Parker Palmer, Rev. Tony facilitates reflection on the month’s spiritual theme. IMPORTANT-each month we reflect on resources that are emailed well ahead of the meeting, so the earlier you let Kathy know you are interested, the more time you have the material.
 Please contact facilitator at least 24 hours ahead of scheduled date and time if you plan to attend. 

  Wednesday, Oct 13 2021 

1:30-3 p.m.

UUCM, 328 Paddock Avenue

Facilitator:  Trish Schneider

Knitting Meet-UP Group

Facilitator: Trish Schneider

Knitting Meet-Up, but not just knitting! Bring your own fiber arts project, whether you embroider, crochet, or needle felt, all are welcome to work on their own projects in our shared space. In order to maintain safety and follow social distancing guidelines, group number is limited to 12 people; please register in advance by emailing Trish at trishs1864@gmail.com. All are welcome!

  anytime 

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Here online

UU 101: The basics of UU Theology and History

Learn the basics of UU history and theology via an individually paced self-study. The main slide show is used for our new members class, but contains all the basics and is great for a refresher or to fill in gaps in your knowledge. The webpage also includes a playlist of videos that are general introductions to Unitarian Universalism as well as a playlist of videos about more specific aspects of UU history or UU theology. This time together will help us foster an understanding of intersectionality. It will also include a discussion of ways that principles of Unitarian Universalism are a natural fit to support intersectionality as a theory and a lived reality. Part of the time in this session will be spent looking at the ways that each of us has many identities, as a way to ground the experience.
NOTE – Since YOU are the facilitator you set your own pace at your own convenience. IF you would like to discuss things you are learning with Rev. Tony and/or a group of people who are also interested, contact Rev. Tony at revtonyuu@gmail.com.
 
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