The Soul Matters Circle is a monthly, yearlong circle of people who meet to authentically connect with each other in reflection on monthly themes. When a great pressure of this era is isolation—when we move too fast through too much work with too little time and too few people to connect with—the Soul Matters Circle … Continued
Brochures of adult education activities from September 2017 to January 2018 are available at the Social Justice Council table in Hull Chapel. Anyone interested in providing an adult education activity for church members and friends should contact the Adult Education Committee. This activity should be free of charge (although participants can be assessed a fee for any required … Continued
07/12/2017 Wednesday 2:00 pm – 07/13/2017 Thursday 3:00 pm The Prospective Student Conference provides the opportunity to mingle with current students, faculty, staff, and other prospective students. Meadville Lombard provides a variety of programs. One of these is an MALS (Masters of Arts in Leadership Studies) program. This is an eighteen-month course that provides advanced work for … Continued
Summary Commission on Appraisal Report: “Belonging: The Meaning of Membership” (Part III) March 26, 2017 (Final Discussion) Led by Rev. Nan Hobart Based on pp. 77-102, “Pathways to Growth,” and “Investing in Youth and Young Adults” Overview of Previous Chapters Membership is a progression of identification, affiliation, and commitment The act of becoming a member … Continued
Sundays, April 23, May 28, June 4, June 18, 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Location TBA This Spring we are offering a series, Building Your Own Theology For Passionate Action, in which we will examine more deeply the traditions we come from, both as individuals and as members of a faith community. We will share our histories, … Continued
Summary Commission on Appraisal Report: “Belonging: The Meaning of Membership” (Part II) March 19, 2017 Led by Rev. James Hobart Assigned readings: Chapter 3. Measures of Membership Chapter 4. Creating Thriving Congregations Chapter 5. The Challenge of Incarnation Background on Commission on Appraisal Elected Studies take about four years to complete Topics are chosen … Continued
Summary Commission on Appraisal Report: “Belonging: The Meaning of Membership” (Part I) March 12, 2017 Led by Rev. James Hobart Assigned readings: Chapter 1. The Process of Commitment Chapter 2. Theologies of Membership Consider: If you were ever charged with having been a Unitarian-Universalist, would there be enough evidence to convict you? Life-long UU’s are … Continued
Anyone interested in an adult education activity dealing with a multiracial Unitarian Universalist analysis of Marxism-Leninism-Historical Materialism are invited to contact Finley Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org.