The Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder offers classes and workshops for adults to explore their religious identities and engage with spiritual topics. Each year, there are two “sessions” or “semesters” – Fall: September 15 – November 15 and Spring: March 1 – April 30.
There are three paths you can follow, each with opportunities to go deeper: Deepening Faith, Living Well, Enacting Justice. The offerings on each path are listed below. Those with links are being offered now or will be in the upcoming “session.”
- Building Your Own Theology in Community
- Building Your Own Theology Check-Up
- Parents as Resident Theologians
- Telling Your UU Story
- Book Study: Reason and Reverence: Religious Humanism by William Murry
- Book Study : Three Prophets (Channing, Emerson, Thoreau) by Conrad Wright
- Book Study: A Faith for All Seasons by William Murry
- Discernment Circle
- Nature Practices
- Meditation Practices
- Journaling as a Practice
Unitarian Universalist History
- Book Study: Unitarian Universalism – A Narrative History by David E. Bumbaugh
- Book Study:Turning Point: Essays on a New Unitarian Universalism edited by Fred Muir
- Book Study: Hidden Wisdom: A Guide to the Western Inner Traditions
- Book Study: The World’s Religions by Huston Smith
- UUCB’s History in Photos and Stories
- The Gifts of Imperfect Parenting
- Inquiring Minds Book Studies: The Body Keeps the Score
- Tutorial on Covenantal Conversations
- An Exploration of Preparing to Die
- Decision-Making Book Discussion & Listening Circle: Exploring Parenthood Decisions: to parent or not to parent?
- The Power of Covenant
- Your Brain and Covenant
- Article Study: David Korten A New Story for a New Economy.
- Aging and Saging
- TED Talks for UUs
- The Third Reconstruction Common Read
- Climate Action Ministry Class: Our Place in the Web of Life
- Book Study: Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson
We are always seeking new ideas for adult religious exploration. To suggest a class or workshop, or to volunteer to help lead one, contact Rev. Kelly.