Lifelong Learning

The third and fourth principles in Unitarian Universalism emphasize a belief in lifelong learning and growth. As adults, we often find ourselves shifting in our beliefs and discovering more questions about the universe and our place in it. First Universalist encourages adults to join in discussions with others to explore and make meaning of our world.

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Upcoming Adult Religious Exploration Offerings


Date/Time: Friday, January 20, 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Location: Gathering Room

Description: Join the Adult RE Council  for the second installment of the Activism that Works documentary series. This month we will screen, United in Anger: A History of Act Up and consider how anger, grief, and love sparked a radical and ceaseless movement to end the AIDS crisis and educate Americans about the LGBT community and comprehensive sexuality education. United in Anger is 90 minutes long. We will begin the film promptly at 6:30 and hold a time for discussion following its conclusion.

Facilitator: Adult RE Council

Anticipated Costs: None

Registration: Drop In, No Registration Required

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