Build Your Own Theology 2

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 04/08/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
UCN Emerson Room

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Build Your Own Theology 2

Ten Monday evenings, 6:00 – 8:00 PM: January 28, Feb.4, 11, 25, Mar. 11, 25, Apr 8, 22, 29, May 13 in the Emerson Room

Cost: $20, includes personal workbook of readings;

Optional: Available to purchase a guided journal for an additional $18

This class will continue the work of the first, but all are welcome even if they have not taken the first workshop.  Class one is not prerequisite to class two. Here’s a quick description of the specific course from the UUA bookstore website:

Beginning with an introduction to the six Sources of our UU faith, this volume continues the credo-development process by focusing on various theological questions to help participants grow in their ability to understand and clearly articulate their own belief systems. (We will) examine key issues in religious inquiry, including truth and authority, theological diversity, spirituality, sin and salvation, justice, suffering, death, immortality and the concept of the beloved community.”

Based on the assumption that everyone is their own theologian (explorer of religious truth), this classic UU adult education program invites participants to expand their personal credos over a ten-session course.  Unitarian Universalism, without its own creed, is often accused of not believing in anything. On the contrary, our members share in a wide variety of beliefs. If you’ve recently left a former religious tradition (or are considering doing so), or if you simply wish to grow in your faith, this class is for you. Don’t let the rat race of life prevent you from asking and attempting to answer life’s “important questions.”

For more information about the Build Your Own Theology class, talk to Jackee Orozco (262-375-3890, jackee.orozco@ucnorth.org) or John Hoff )262-377-3358, johnhoff@att.net).  Both are eager to discuss with you this program and to answer any questions you may have.

 

Warmest Regards,

Jackee O. (My preferred pronouns are she, her, and hers.  Feel free to tell me yours so that I can properly refer to you).