This class is designed for those who wish to engage seriously and open-heartedly with the perennial religious topics such as: inspiration, God, community, suffering, death, spiritual practice, living our gifts, and salvation.
Rev. Greg will lead the group meeting on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 – 9:00 pm beginning September 6 – October 25, and completes on November 15, Enrollment is limited to a minimum of 8, maximum of 12 participants who commit to attending all nine sessions.
Please contact Rev. Greg to sign up, or if you have questions: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read what past participants have said about this class:
“I signed up for the Listening to our Lives class to do something about the creeping emptiness of retirement and the loss of a clear purpose which my mother’s care provided. The class created a safe and trusting space for me to listen to my inner voice, in the quietness of a beloved community. It was designed to slip us into deeper inner work with the help of carefully selected readings, homework and class discussions. I still reach out to the class notes I made and the reading materials as I continue this very rewarding work.”
“Attending this class has been the most impactful thing I’ve done since joining UUSMC 25+ years ago. The self-reflection, discussion, and sharing within our group has helped me progress in leaps and bounds on my spiritual journey. I have a deeper sense of the “why” of church for me and a beloved community which I cherish.”