Download Adult Religious Education Program Brochure (pdf).

Most classes, except ongoing groups, request registration. Click on the class in the listing to begin the registration process. If a fee is listed, please pay by credit card here or bring the money to the first day of class. You may pick up a paper copy of the brochure on Sundays during coffee hours at the Adult Programs Table in the Bortin Hall or in the church office, or contact indigo@mduuc.org.


Date/Time

Event

09/19/2017
7:00pm -8:30
Parenting Teens & Tweens
Oak Room

Live with a tween or a teen? Join our Tween/Teen Parent Group, which meets the first and third Tues- day evenings of each month in the quarter. We will talk about challenges and rewards of parenting these age groups. A “kid” group with adult supervision, crafts and homework time, will run during the same hours […]

09/19/2017
7:30pm -9:00
Improv
Mirror Room

An intro to Improv. The class will do games designed to break the Improv ice and teach basic concepts – such as saying “yes” to offers and building a story from nothing. The ultimate goal is to lose the noise we’ve developed since childhood that tells us to edit ourselves and others (not permanently… just […]

09/20/2017
7:00pm -8:30
Parenting Tweens & Teens From Your Wise Mind
OWL Room

Raising a happy and successful teenager is a challenge for any parent, even the most patient and wisest among us. Parenting adolescents requires all sorts of skills that most of us don’t naturally possess. Using “Wise Minded Parenting” by Dr. Laura Kastner we will learn: The latest research and knowledge about what our tweens and […]

09/21/2017
10:00am -11:30
On the Side of Love: Exploring Themes in UU History
OWL Room

Unitarian Universalists often identify themselves as the “love people,” as religious progressives who work for positive social change. How does Unitarian Universalist history both support and challenge this self-understanding? In what ways did our faith ancestors work to build a more socially just world and in what ways did they fail to do so? In […]

09/25/2017
10:00am -12:00
Gifts of Aging: The Stories of Our Lives
Oak Room

Come and share the wisdom, wonder, mystery, spirituality, and laughter of our lives. Our togetherness will be filled with conversation of the remembrances, challenges, losses and joys we continue to experience on our journey. Facilitator:  Beth Snortum

09/25/2017
7:15pm -9:00
Evening Yoga
Bortin Hall

The session begins with 80 minutes of gentle integrated yoga asanas and stretches, breath work exercises, relaxation techniques and opportunities to set neural pathways for happiness that include laughter yoga. A 20-minute guided relaxation meditation follows. Suggested donation: $5 per class, this is a drop-in class. Facilitator:  Sharon Lawrence

09/27/2017
7:00pm -8:30
Parenting Tweens & Teens From Your Wise Mind
OWL Room

Raising a happy and successful teenager is a challenge for any parent, even the most patient and wisest among us. Parenting adolescents requires all sorts of skills that most of us don’t naturally possess. Using “Wise Minded Parenting” by Dr. Laura Kastner we will learn: The latest research and knowledge about what our tweens and […]

09/27/2017
7:30pm -9:00
Spiritual Resiliency in Troubled Times
Sequoia

Join our new minister for Engagement and Justice, Rev. Neal Anderson for a series of opportunities to explore spiritual practices that can help ground us and create resiliency in these times of high anxiety and deep concern for justice and peace in our world. Our time together will include guided conversation and engaging in various […]

09/28/2017
10:00am -11:30
On the Side of Love: Exploring Themes in UU History
OWL Room

Unitarian Universalists often identify themselves as the “love people,” as religious progressives who work for positive social change. How does Unitarian Universalist history both support and challenge this self-understanding? In what ways did our faith ancestors work to build a more socially just world and in what ways did they fail to do so? In […]

09/29/2017
5:30pm -7:00
Coffee and Conversation

Join Rev. Leslie Takahashi in the first of a series of coffee shop conversations to be held through- out the year. This gathering will be held twice a month in September: at LaScala in downtown Walnut Creek and at Starbucks in Pleasant Hill and will be a chance to reflect on living as a UU […]

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