Adult Religious Education
The Adult Programs/Religious Education Committee is deeply engaged in reviewing our current programs and considering the religious education needs of adults in our SFUU community. We know that shared wisdom, experiences, and stories are valuable in the quest to build beloved community. We want to assist you share your wonderful ideas and your teaching expertise in bringing us opportunities to live into these aspirations.
If you have an idea for an Adult RE offering, please contact Ann Heron, firstname.lastname@example.org. The Adult RE Proposal Form will help you think through some of the various details of leading a class or program here. Listed below are some of the programs and classes currently offered at SFUU.
When our congregation co-created and then adopted a new mission statement in the spring of 2014, it was clear that community was central to many people’s experience of being part of SFUU. And so it begins, “Our mission is to create beloved community that respects diversities.” Community isn’t a static entity … it changes each time that a new person arrives, someone moves away or dies or when we change roles. The phrase “beloved community” was first used by Josiah Royce, a philosopher-theologian from the early 20th century, and was made famous by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It affirms a spirit of humanity where all are known and loved. Beloved community isn’t a commodity … it will never go on sale at your local department store or be found on shelves in brightly colored boxes. It is created in the spaces and conversations between us, in our hearts, and with our hands.
Forums, Classes, and Events
Sunday, March 05, 2017 10:10 AM-10:45 AM
'WATER IS LIFE: Getting off fossil fuels'--Solar Workshop coming March 5.
The SJC (Social Justice Committee) Climate Footprint Team is hosting a Solar Power workshop in the sanctuary in between services on Mar 5 from 10:10-10:45 AM.
Craft Making Together
Friday April 14th, 9-11 AM, SFUU Social Hall
Friday April 28th, 12:30-2:30 PM, SFUU Social Hall
Bring whatever you are working on or just sit and visit and get ideas for your own projects
Conversations about spirituality and other things that matter while enjoying a hot beverage
Tuesday April 4th, Flour Garden, Auburn, 10-11:30 AM
April's theme is consolation/desolation All are welcome.Janie Evans, email@example.com
The(*)logies on Tap
Conversations about spirituality and other things that matter in a pub atmosphere:
Wed, April 19th, Consolation/desolation
Location: Little Belgium Deli, Auburn, 7-9 PM
Host: Bill Boyce and Andy Cramer, firstname.lastname@example.org
Meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM.
This group provides personal sharing and conversation, and is open to anyone who identifies as male. Simply come to one of our meetings and/or for more information contact Jim Robison at email@example.com.
Compassionate Communication Circle
2nd Thur of the month from 6:30-8pm at SFUU beginning Thur, Jan12. Val Bowman, firstname.lastname@example.org