New Adult Learning Classes starting in February: Registration is at https://www.uucwc.org/learning/adult-learning-classes/.
Becoming Unafraid of Death
This class explores death, it’s process, meaning, and the many choices that are made around it. Topics include: basic legal issues, hospice, palliative care and the roles of end of life doulas. End of life can be a loving sacred journey that brings family and friends together to honor life and be open to the transitions from this world.
Carolyn MacLaury is an end of life Doula, a graduate of Union Theological Seminary and a 20-year member of 4th Universalist in NYC. She is also Judy MacLaury’s sister.
Feb. 9, 12:30-2pm
Mindful Movement: Self-Care & Spirituality
This four-week experiential class uses the mindful movement practices of qigong and tai chi to connect to spirituality. Participants will do slow, gentle and meditative movements together, along with short guided visualization and meditations in a supportive group. People of all abilities are invited to participate. Come and explore the benefits of mindful movement as a spiritual practice and as a self-care strategy to re-charge! Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes for unrestricted movement.
Dates: 4 Thursdays in February, 7-8 p.m. (2/6,2/13, 2/20, 2/27)
Co-Instructors: Michelle Zechner & Sandy Unger
Ongoing Classes available to join now:
Chalice Circle participants use questions and spiritual exercises based on the monthly theme to explore the theme, their deeper selves and the world in a supportive community. Each person has the opportunity to speak uninterrupted around the circle as the rest of the group practices deep listening. “When I hear others, I see my own experience in a new way. I feel alive and less alone more connected. Because people are speaking with authenticity in a safe space.”
Open rolling enrollment, initial commitment is 4 months.
Group A meets 1st and 3rd Thursdays, 10AM – 12PM
Facilitated by Eileen Spedding and Bay Waltman
Group B meets 1st and 3rd Mondays, 12:30-2:30PM
Facilitated by Robin Pugh, and Sara Del Castillo