As Unitarian-Universalists, we are all theologians. Our church, as a spiritual community, encourages each of us become more fully aware of own personal credo (Latin for “I believe.”) This 8-week UUA curriculum will help you examine your values and beliefs about God or ultimate reality, human nature, ethics, and the meaning and purpose of life. You’ll search for what is true in your life. Through a combination of reflection, group discussion, study, and writing, you’ll examine your own spiritual history and articulate your own credo. How does your life experience inform your faith?

Please note – this is not a “drop-in” class. It’s important to attend all eight sessions, since they build on one another.

Options include 8 Tuesdays, Sept. 17–Nov. 5, 10 a.m. to noon, or 8 Saturdays Sept. 21-Nov. 16, from 9-11a.m. Please let us know by Sept. 2, Labor Day, which time(s) would work for you.

Facilitators: Chuck Bean & Lauren Soliday

Sign up here:

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