Tuesday evenings, 7:00 to 8:30 pm, dates February 27, March 6, March 13, March 20, March 27.
Have you found yourself stumbling when trying to explain our Unitarian Universalist theology of personal experience to others? Do you falter when you try to explain how our Unitarian Universalist faith heals, saves, liberates, holds, and moves us to ethical action and compassion?
The What Moves Us program peels back the doctrine-rich theological language that can prevents us from affirming our faith experiences with one another and in the wider world. Through shared direct experiences and reflection exercises, readings and lessons, and ethical deliberations, What Moves Us creates an adult faith journey for Unitarian Universalists who want to preach and teach what they already experience but have not been able to articulate: the spiritual power of our faith.
Workshops include the theology of Sophia Lyon Fahs, James Luther Adams, Forrest Church, William F. Schulz, and Thandeka. Facilitated by Stephanie Lyons and Lowell Sunderland, offered . Stay tuned for more information on a start date after the first of the year!