At UUCE, the Adult Religious Education is a self-directed group of congregants engaging in their spiritual exploration together. Each week brings a new discussion topic, where attendees can express their opinions and learn from others.
We are all on a journey to cultural diversity as we try our best to avoid the ‘ISMs”: racism, sexism, elitism, genderism, and others. But even well-intentioned people make mistakes in negotiating the new and ever changing landscape. How can we be more aware and what do we do when we make a mistake or witness insensitivity toward others. This will be a course in which these and related topics are explored.
Here are some important details about this class
- The series of classes will begin on April 9 and run for approximately 10 weeks
- Class sessions start at 9:00 AM, ending at 10:15 so attendees can attend services
- The format is ‘drop-in’ meaning there is no ongoing coursework or intended linkage between sessions. It is recommended however that you plan to attend the kickoff session to help you understand the overall goal for the session.
- Classes are held at UUCE in the third floor classroom 301.
- These class sessions will be available to attend live online via MS Teams.
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Whether you’re interested in joining, or have a few more questions, feel free to get in contact!