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Adult Religious Education for Winter/Spring 2015

Janet Swanson

Happy March!

As we move further into the year and closer to the birth of Spring, I encourage you to consider the Adult RE classes that are currently on the schedule. We have two stand alone workshops in March - "Building Cultural Competency" on March 14 and "Writer as Shaman" on March 21. Both promise to engage you in new ideas and thoughtful discussion. April also offers inspiration and exploration. Browse the classes for more information. http://www.fusmadison.org/ae-classes

Our Monday afternoon drop-in class "Dance Explorations" continues. The group meets from 1:00pm - 2:30pm and welcomes all ages and abilities. A $10 registration fee is all that we ask for unlimited classes.

And a friendly reminder that our spiritual practice groups meet weekly, are free and open to all. For more information, go to http://www.fusmadison.org/grow

We invite you to participate in the joy of building connections and learning in community.

Yours in promise and faith,

Janet Swanson, Director of Adult Spiritual Development
First Unitarian Society of Madison
(608)233-9774 extension 131
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A drawing of a landscape that is also a person. Our Mission

Our Adult Religious Education Ministry assists our spiritual community in mindful and ethical living by deepening our connection with our UU heritage and Principles, and integrating these into our daily lives by:
  • Developing and refining our own personal theologies through education, action and reflection
  • Cultivating spiritual practices which help us clear the mind, open the heart, enrich the soul and more fully engage in the world around us
  • Building a caring community of seekers
Join Professor Don Waller for "Losing creation as we glimpse ourselves and life's orgins: Moral dilemmas raised by evolution," the next program in our evolution series on Tuesday, April 7 from 7 to 9 p.m. This program is open to the public; we will be accepting registrations at the door. [more]