Adult Learning Classes – Fall 2019

The Adult Learning Committee has been hard at work creating a great fall lineup of adult learning classes. Some of the classes coming up include:

  • Several yearlong racial justice and spiritual deepening courses;
  • A six session class on Transgender inclusion in congregations for people that are committed to transformation;
  • Rev. Sue Goodwin will be teaching a class during the day about crafting your UU Elevator speech. The class answers the question: How do you describe Unitarian Universalism in a few minutes? ;
  • I will be leading an evening Chalice Circle that you participate in from the comfort of your home. We will be using “Zoom” a video conferencing software program.
  • Finally, a class that looks at the sacred feminine in Africa, Asia, and the Americas throughout time.

Looking ahead to 2020, the Adult Learning Committee plans to offer: Beloved Conversations, Neighboring Faiths for Adults (a world religions class), Coming in to Connection and Owning your Religious Past plus a few other classes.

If you have suggestions for classes or are interested in being a facilitator, contact the Adult Learning Committee at

For specific information about Fall adult learning classes, or to register, click here.