We are excited to start a new Thursday night series focusing on Unitarian Universalist history, theology, identity, and values. This series will start on Thursday September 28th at 7:00 with a facilitated discussion for all those gathered on what would be of value in their learning about Unitarian Universalism. As the fall progresses, we will be showing the Unitarian Universalist series “Long Strange Trip”, with post-viewing discussions led by Rev. Anne Mason and Lisa Maria Steinberg. Interspersed with the viewings of the history series will be a celebration of our history at First Parish.
In January, we invite you to reflect on the state of our democracy a year into the Trump Administration when we will discuss the UUA Common Read, Daring Democracy, by Frances Moore Lappé and Adam Eichen. Stay tuned for more programming details for Thursday evenings in the late winter and spring.
We are also putting together a Sunday morning series from 9:00-10:15 to engage with current events, TED talks, podcasts, and other emerging ideas that speak to the spiritual paths we walk together. We are looking for facilitators. Training for facilitators will be provided.
We are continuing Chalice Circles, our Small Group Ministry. This is a great way to develop deeper connections with the members and friends of First Parish, and dive deeper into how our monthly themes inform us as a community and support you on your personal spiritual journey.
For information about these and other Adult Programs, including Meditation Groups, Non-Fiction Book Group, Creative Callings (Fiber Arts Group), and Affinity Groups (Over 80s Group, Unity Group), please contact Lisa Maria Steinberg.