UU Theology

Sundays at 10:00am

Room 301

April 2 – May 7*

*No meeting April 16 for Easter

Facilitated by Lyssa Jenkens and Mike Stanton

UU Theology is a 5-session introduction to theological concepts through a Unitarian Universalist lens. Each session addresses the question: What does our Unitarian Universalist tradition teach about this theological concept, and how does that help me clarify and act on my own beliefs. Using the Theological House model, participants will learn to speak in theological terms about Unitarian Universalism, our religious “home.”

UU Theology is the first step on the Faith Forward Advanced Path, and is designed for those who have attended some or all of the Faith Forward Core Path offerings (Inquirers Series, Roots, Beyond Inquirers, Spiritual Practice, UU History 101, and UU Elevator Speech). Participants are encouraged to participate in UU Theology as a series, attending all the sessions, in order to get the most out of it.

April 2: What is Theology?

April 9: What are God and Spirit?

April 23: What is our purpose?

April 30: Who are we?

May 7: What saves us?

To learn more about our Faith Forward path at First Church, CLICK HERE.