New Class!

The Evolution of Death with Dave Hunter

 

Thursdays, 10 to 11 a.m., February 4, 11, 18, 25, 2020
Registration for The Evolution of Death with Dave Hunter
The Evolution of Death (or at least of how death has been viewed) with Rev. Dave Hunter.
Informed by religious scholar Bart Ehrman’s new book, Heaven and Hell: A History of the Afterlife, we’ll consider views on death in ancient Greece and Rome, the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, post-New Testament Christianity, and beyond.

Dave, a member of MLUC, is a semi-retired UU minister, serving, with his wife, the Rev. Kerry Mueller, as the part-time ministers for the UU Fellowship of Pottstown. Dave is a graduate of Princeton University, the Harvard Law School, and Wesley Theological Seminary. His major paper as a senior in high school was on the immortality of the soul.

Register here: https://forms.gle/oTruucQiKY31tPPR9

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83375620200

(please register for password!)

Please sign up for our Mail Ministry this year when we cannot be together much in person. Go to https://forms.gle/MwHVp3cxdXX3atHJA to sign up for the CARE component of our Adult Faith Development program.  Each month, each family who signs up for this will receive someTHING, a THEME THOUGHT, and an opportunity (optional) to TAKE PART by sending in a photo or brief video for inclusion in a service or slideshow.

***While the church building
is closed,
faith development groups
for adults
will meet via Zoom!***

Please find specific information about how to log into a group on the church calendar.

 

 

The goal of the Main Line Unitarian Church faith development program is lifetime learning that enhances knowledge and creativity, informs values, and enables us to live lives of wholeness and hope.

Classes are offered in four general areas:

  • Being a UU: includes UU history, heritage and identity and leadership development
  • The Spiritual Self: includes spiritual practices, self-development, and life stages
  • Religion: includes Jewish & Christian scriptures, world religions, and theology
  • Seeking Justice: includes learning about social justice topics and how to do social justice work

Everyone brings their own personal, religious, and spiritual experiences to the process of faith development. Some of us are just getting started (in one area or another) while others are ready to learn more or go deeper. Classes are planned with an eye to offering opportunities to meet these stages of development (getting started, learning more, and going deeper) in each topic.

Registration and Childcare

Registration is required for most classes.

If a class you signed up for is cancelled, you will receive a notification by email and phone one week in advance.

Childcare is available. Please contact Childcare Coordinator Chelsea Brown at least seven days in advance.

Please see the MLUC Calendar (also posted in the church entryway) for room assignments.

Explore the Faith Development Program.