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Adult Religious Education for Winter/Spring 2014
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Janet Swanson

New Year's Greetings!

The Camus quote above has always held special meaning for me. In my college years, it became a touchstone during the time I was first learning to meditate. It spoke to that which I knew to be my truth: that we have a place of ‘summer,’ of strength and light inside which is ever-present. Fast forward decades and Camus' words continue to have profound meaning for me.

My hope is that the programming we have selected for this session will be interesting, supportive and educational – touching that place of ‘summer’ inside of you. Adult religious education allows us to come together in community in ways that deepen our experiences and help us better connect to our larger faith community. Add beauty in word and deed, respect for the interdependent web of all existence, the goal of world community with peace and justice, and encouragement to spiritual growth, and off we go to new experiences and new connections.

May we grow together in peace and commitment.


Janet Swanson, Director of Adult Spiritual Development
First Unitarian Society of Madison
(608)233-9774 extension 131

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