Thu, Feb 25, 2021
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm


Articulating our Unitarian Universalist Values with a Multicultural Perspective

Four Thursdays  |  5:30 to 7:00 pm 
February 25, March 4, March 18, and March 25

Part of the UU Peninsula Cluster’s Learning Journey – Adult Faith Formation
Facilitators – Rev. Brian Ferguson (UUFRC) and Tanya Webster, Dir. of Faith Formation (UUSM)

Many Unitarian Universalists can struggle to describe Unitarian Universalism to others including fellow Unitarian Universalists.  This series of workshops will help each of us to explore and express our religious values in an affirmative and hopefully deeper way.  While based on the curriculum Articulating Your UU Faith, our facilitators are expanding the course material to bring a greater multicultural perspective and to connect with a greater sense of being part of a Religious Community.

Topics include how vocabulary and cultural backgrounds affect our values; examining our UU Principles, history, multicultural engagement, and anti-racist work; and developing our personal expression of our religious values as an individual within our religious communities. Class participants will have the option to participate in the April 11 service and share their newly crafted expression. Note there is no class on March 11. Zoom link can be found in the weekly Bulletin email, or by contacting the office.