Classes

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At First Unitarian Society we believe learning and spiritual exploration are life-long practices. Throughout the year we hold events and classes to provoke the mind, enrich the soul, and engage in community. If you are interested in teaching a class at First Unitarian Society, please email Janet Swanson.

2019-2020 Offerings

To register for a Spiritual Practice Group click here. A description for each group can be found by clicking the name of the group from the list below.

Current Courses

Building Your Own Theology

Building Your Own Theology with Karen Rose Gredler

Saturday, Feb 29, 2020 from 9 am – 3 pm.

Fee $15. Registration forms available in the Commons or email Janet at janets@fusmadison.org.

Please bring a sack lunch. Beverages and snacks provided.

New UU Class

Our New UU Class is for those exploring membership with First Unitarian Society. We offer a one-day class that explores Unitarian Universalism and what it means to become a member. Please click on the date below to register for that class. Childcare available with advanced registration. Click here for childcare registration.

February 9, 16, 23, 2020 Class Series.

For questions, contact Janet Swanson at janets@fusmadison.org.

Journey Circles

Circles gather in October. Contact Janet at janets@fusmadison.org to sign up.

Spiritual Practice Groups at FUS

Centering Prayer

Meets every Tuesday from 4:45 pm – 5:30 pm.

Free and drop-in. Open and welcoming to all.

Join us if you are looking for a way to begin your practice or to companion with others in the practice.

Contact Robert Block-Brown at rlindleybb@hotmail.com.

Insight Buddhist Meditation

Sunday evenings from 6 pm – 8 pm

Free and drop-in. Open and welcoming to all.

An introductory session is offered the second Sunday of each month.

Contact Lori Creswell for more information at creswelllori@gmail.com.

Japanese Crane Meditation

One weekly session held at FUS September through May.

On Thursdays, Ann Schaffer leads sessions at 5 pm.

Free and drop-in. Open and welcoming to all.

Japanese Crane Meditation is a gentle standing set of movements with a quiet musical background. It is appropriate for a wide range of ages and abilities.

For more information, contact Ann at schafferann00@gmail.com.