These discussion circles are held on one Sunday a month from 10 to 11 am. They are an enriching part of church life, providing a more complete church experience for its congregants. We gather to share and to listen in a safe and sacred space, to care for one another, to strengthen relationships and to provide an opportunity for spiritual exploration. We share our thoughts and feelings about a topic or theme to which we bring an awareness of our religious selves. For this month’s date and topics, please refer to Sunday Services & Programs.
Adult Lifespan Learning Program - Finding Your Soul.
January 15, 2013 - Spiritual Values in the 21st Century: Do They Exist?
Plan to attend this Philosophers Café sponsored by the UUFK in collaboration with the Council of Canadians. 7 pm at the Smorgasbord Deli on 7th Avenue. There is no charge to attend this event. You will be able to purchase refreshments at the deli.
February 22, 2013 - Stages of Moral Development. Presenter: Pat McNamara.
How do you come to making difficult life choices and decisions? Do we base our decisions on our own individual values and principles, or are they determined by society? This presentation will review Stages of Moral Development followed by a group discussion. 7 pm at Emerald Terrace Conference Room, 712 Sahali Terrace.
March 29, 2013 - Finding Your Soul in Music. Presenter: Scott McNally.
An exploration of “what soul means”and whether or not you can find it through a connection with music. Discussion will follow. 7 pm at Emerald Terrace Conference Room, 712 Sahali Terrace.
May 31, 2013 - Finding Your Soul Through Art. Presenter: Wendy Weseen.
This workshop will explore the connection between spirituality and creativity through a hands-on experience with materials previously collected by each participant and assembled at the workshop. More details will follow.
June 28, 2013 - Spirituality and Connection to the Soul. Presenter: Jim Gordon.
A wrap-up of the "finding your soul" series, including reflection and discussion of previous themes as well as new ideas And in case you were wondering, Yes, we will be most happy to serve "Chicken Soup for the Soul!"