Adult Religious Education
As Universalist Unitarians, we believe that continuing to learn and maintain an open mind is vital. In that spirit, we regularly offer Adult Religious Education (RE) courses on a wide range of topics.
Examples of past topics:
- Developing a personal spirituality
- Widening the Circle of Concern
- UU Roots
- Radical Hospitality
Current and Upcoming Classes
Hosted by the UU Women's Federation Wednesdays Sept 6th - Oct 4th 5:30-8:30 pm Central Time Register & Attend Online Sliding Scale Fee $0-$350 https://uuwf.org/event-5314520 Join us for this five-part workshop series that aims to deepen our individual and...
Monday, Sept 25th 6:30-8:30 pm Conference Room & Zoom Have you ever wondered why you react a certain way in specific situations, or why your friend can organize their bookshelf by color while you can barely keep your keys in one place? The Enneagram offers...
Wednesdays, Sept 27 - Oct 11 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm CT on Zoom Did you miss the Elevator Speech session this summer? Did you take it but want to dig in and develop your thoughts a little further? The Faith Forward program out of the First Unitarian Church of Dallas is...
Monday, October 2nd & November 6th The book that every parent, caregiver, and teacher needs to raise the next generation of antiracist thinkers, from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of How to Be an Antiracist. This month, start reading How To Raise and...
Sunday, Oct 8th @ 2:00 PM Fellowship Hall JuJu Holliday shares stories that celebrate our unique selves. Join us for an afternoon of stories, crafts, and snacks for the young & young at heart.
First Sundays, 12-2 PM Facilitators: Harry Elger Location: Conference Room Overview: Join the Humanist Weekly Discussion Group as we talk about video excerpts of current events, religion, and politics. We aspire to use empathy, humility, curiosity, critical thinking,...
Most courses consist of four to six weekly sessions. Classes are usually held on Thursday evenings in the conference room of the church, but may be held at other times and places.
Some courses are led by our minister. Others are facilitated by members of our congregation who have a special interest in the subject. Sometimes we read short excerpts from books, or view and discuss video presentations. Whatever the format, thoughtful discussion is encouraged.
Child care is usually offered. Please contact the church office so we know how many children to plan for.
Our religious education courses are open to all—members, friends, and visitors. Bring an open mind, respect for different points of view, your own ideas, and a sense of humor. We hope to see you at one of our classes soon!