Classes / Workshops
Exploring UU Classes
Want to know more about Unitarian Universalism and UUCLR in particular? Rev Jan guides this class as participants explore questions and share experiences. Always great conversations! A light lunch is served and childcare is available. Watch for new 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 Wednesdays from 12:15 to 1:15 and will run through June 2017. Feel free to bring your lunch to the discussion groups.
"How Do You See It?": Exploration of Essays
This group will explore contemporary essays taken from the recently released volume, The Best American Essays of 2015, edited by Ariel Levy. 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?”
Jan 25 - Smuggler by Philip Kennicott
Feb 22 - A Man and His Cat by Tim Kreider
Mar 29 - The Loudproof Room by Kate Lebo
Apr 19 - My Grandma the Poisoner by John Reed
May 24 - Reflections on Indexing My Lynching Book by Ashraf H.A. Rushdy
June 14 - Stepping Out by David Sedaris
"Listening for God": Exploration of Short Stories
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." Stories will be taken from the volume The Best American Short Stories of 2015, edited by T.C. Boyle.
Jan 11 - Thunderstruck by Elizabeth McCracken
Feb 8 - Motherlode by Thomas McGuane
Mar 8 - Madame Lazarus by Maile Meloy
Apr 5 - Kavitha and Mustafa by Shobha Rao
May 10 - About My Aunt by Joan Silber
June 7 - North by Aria Beth Sloss