Spring registration is now open!
We have a wonderful variety of classes from subject matter to meeting times. Some require registration and some welcome drop-ins. If you know you’d like to attend, go ahead and register regardless of requirement using the link below. Registration will allow you to receive updates and emails from the Adult RE Team and class facilitator.
When you register for a class, an email confirmation will be sent to remind you for which class(es) you have registered. If you wish to change your registration you may do so any time before the cut off date by using the link provided in that email.
Click the button below to see detailed class descriptions and registration. Paper descriptions and registration are available in the office and on the hospitality table on Sundays.
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Spring Classes Starting Soon
The Alchemy of Grief – Webinar & Discussion Series Begins Jan. 29!
Facilitators: Ahley Newman & Dick Knapp
Four sessions | Wednesday Mornings, 9:30am to 12:30pm |
Jan 29, weekly through Feb 19 A series of webinars on dealing with grief, transforming grief, and living with grief. Each webinar is moderated by a BUUF member, with time for group discussion and reflection.
UU Bible Study – The Parables (all new parables) Begins Feb. 6 Facilitator: Mary Beth Bolin, Ministerial Intern
Dates: Five sessions | Thursdays at Lunch, 12:00pm to 1:30pm |
Due to the popularity of last fall’s first UU Bible Study, we’re offering round two. Same format, new parables. Attendance at every session is not required, come when you can!
Drop-in Poetry Workshop – Begins Feb. 11 Facilitator: Debra Smith
Four sessions | Second Tuesday of each month, 6:30pm to 8:00pm
This is a non-threatening approach to short creative writing in response to a prompt. Most prompts work well to help us write poetry, but you don’t have to remember any of those poetic terms you may have once known. Attend one or all four sessions. All levels of experience are welcome because we all learn from each other. Materials: Please bring a notebook, laptop, or tablet and writing utensil. Scratch paper and extra pens will be available if you forget your materials.
The Sketchbook Journal – Begins March 10 Facilitators: Sarah Googe & Bill Wilkinson
Four sessions | Tuesday Mornings, 10:00am to 11:30am
We will learn a little about the history of amateur sketching, look at how others have used a sketchbook journal, and begin to create our own. Half or more of the class time will be spent drawing. No drawing experience necessary. Materials: None, unless you already have a journal you want to use.
Nuclear Power & Climate Change – March 12 Lecturer: Dario Bollacasa
One Night | Thursday, March 12 | 7:00 – 8:30pm
Dario spent his entire career in the nuclear field. Nuclear power generates electricity with essentially zero CO2 emissions. Why does it not have a pre-eminent role in combating climate change? The lecture will explore facts, fiction, and misconceptions about a “nuclear alternative.”