Step Into Adult Religious Exploration!

 

We want you to be engaged in the life of the Fellowship in ways that nurture your spirit and assist in your ongoing growth and development.

‘Stepping Stones’ is our way of encouraging you to take another step down your life path. Have you taken an introductory class such as A Chosen Faith book discussion? Then try something new. If you’ve been serving on a committee but want to know more about lay leadership, take a class on congregational or church dynamics. If you would like to offer to facilitate a course, please suggest it!

Contact Lay Minister Dan Everett at drdan.everett@gmail.com for more information.

For a detailed look at the some examples of levels of involvement at UUFA, please click here to view Stepping Stones Levels.

Some Stepping Stones to Consider in 2020

“Come, Come, Whoever You Are”

“Come, Come, Whoever You Are” is for visitors, newcomers, and long-term members who would like to know more about Unitarian Universalism (UU) and our Fellowship. This Adult Education series is sponsored by UUFA’s Membership and Adult Education teams. The series title and each session are named after a familiar UU hymn.

Second Sunday Book Talks

Join a gathering that meets every second Sunday of the month, September through May, to discuss a book selected by the group. This group currently meets virtually via Zoom at 1:00 pm. For the schedule of titles, click here. For further information,  contact Clarissa Finco (clarissa.finco@gmail.com) or the UUFA Office.

Writing as a Spiritual Practice

Writing as Spiritual Practice, facilitated by Myrna Adams West, currently meets on the first Sunday of the month at 9:00 am via Zoom to explore the monthly worship theme through various written genres. Myrna will provide prompts for thinking and/or writing about the theme and the group will provide safe space for sharing written or spoken thoughts. For more information, visit the Writing as Spiritual Practice page. To be added to the email list, contact Myrna at myrnaaw@bellsouth.net.

Books about Religion, a Discussion Group

For the past two years, this group has had a weekly discussion of books about religion, chosen by the participants. A variety of books such as Ecclesiastes and The Islamic Jesus as well as books by Bart Ehrmann, Deepak Chopra, and Elaine Pagels have been chosen. The group decides what to read next, and someone familiar with that book will facilitate. This group meets every Monday evening from 7 until 8:30 p.m. via Zoom. Everyone is welcome. Diverse spiritual or religious beliefs enhance the discussions. For more information as to what is on the reading schedule or to sign up for the group, contact Paul Gurian (PHGurian@earthlink.net).

Political Discussions

Political Discussions are currently not being held.