Classes / Workshops
Exploring UU Class
Watch for future classes in the church calendar or Outer Circle.
Faith Development Offering with Rev. Jan
Join Rev. Jan for monthly “drop-in, come when you can” gatherings devoted to exploring contemporary essays and short stories. These discussion groups will meet monthly on the dates below from 12:15 to 1:15 and will run through June 2018. Feel free to bring your lunch to the discussion groups.
"How Do You See It?": Exploration of Essays: Best American Essays 2017 edited by Leslie Jamison
As we read each essay on our own, we will ask, “How do I see it?” and then when we gather, we will invite one another to answer the question, “How do you see it?”
February 20 - "The Weight of James Arthur Baldwin" by Rachel Ghansah
March 20 - "White Horse" by Eliese Goldbach
April 17 - "The City That Bleeds" by Lawrence Jackson
May 22 - "We Are Orphans Here" by Rachel Kushner
June 19 - "What Came Before the Big Bang" by Alan Lightman
"Listening for God": Exploration of Short Stories: Best American Short Stories 2017 edited by Meg Wolitzer
The group will probe contemporary short fiction for insights, both spiritual and intellectual, about what it means to be human. The format is based on a long-used adult faith development model called “Listening for God."
February 27 - (story rescheduled from Jan. 16) “God’s Work” by Kevin Canty
March 6 - "Arcadia" by Emma Cline
April 3 - "Hog for Sorrow" by Leopoldine Core
May 1 - "Campoamor" by Patricia Engel
June 5 - "Richard of York Gave Battle in Vain" by Danielle Evans