Organizational meeting January 21, 2018

Build Your Own Theology Course
Often, as Unitarian Universalists, we know what we do not believe more fully than we know what we do believe. This course will urge you to explore your own theology along with the others who are in the group. There are ten sessions which take you through the journey using readings, writing by participants, and sharing.
Participants will write their own spiritual autobiography, probe themselves towards some self-understanding, look at different leanings within Unitarian Universalism, look critically at their own heritage as well as UU traditions and prominent people in our denomination’s history, look at ethics (there is an entire curriculum on this topic by the same author, Richard Gilbert), and ultimately, will write their own creed that defines what they as an individual believe.

Bill Hayes and Carol Bartz will lead this interactive course. If you are interested, please talk with Bill or Carol so that the timing will be suitable as we are contemplating whether it would appeal mostly to those who need evening, Sunday afternoon, or daytime sessions.