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Building Your Own Theology Class Series -Registration Closed


2018-02-12 19:00 2018-02-12 21:00 America/Los_Angeles Building Your Own Theology Class Series -Registration Closed

Registration is closed for this class series.  Watch for Spring Common Quest Offerings as we hope to offer it again. Join Westside UU Congregation’s Ministerial Intern, Margo Rinehart, for a four-week course. During the four weeks, participants will explore their own religious journey, define what they believe and eventually develop their own “credo.” Credo comes from the Latin root that means literally, “I believe.” Course designer, Richard Gilbert, reminds us it also is also a compound of the word “cor/cordial,” meaning heart.  In Unitarian Universalism, the church exists as a spiritual space, rather than for communication of creeds.  In this course we will build our own theology in a community context that will support your journey in discovering beliefs that are vital to you. The course will be held on four Monday evenings from 7-9 pm in the Fireside Room, with an option of extending to a fifth class should there be interest to do so. Register here online (see blue button below and right) or on Sunday morning at the Common Quest table. Questions?  Contact Margo Rinehart by email at intern@wsuu.org or 206.769.7197.

Fireside Room, Westside UU Congregation

Registration is closed for this class series.  Watch for Spring Common Quest Offerings as we hope to offer it again. Join Westside UU Congregation’s Ministerial Intern, Margo Rinehart, for a four-week course. During the four weeks, participants will explore their own religious journey, define what they believe and eventually develop their own “credo.” Credo comes from the Latin root that means literally, “I believe.” Course designer, Richard Gilbert, reminds us it also is also a compound of the word “cor/cordial,” meaning heart.  In Unitarian Universalism, the church exists as a spiritual space, rather than for communication of creeds.  In this course we will build our own theology in a community context that will support your journey in discovering beliefs that are vital to you.

The course will be held on four Monday evenings from 7-9 pm in the Fireside Room, with an option of extending to a fifth class should there be interest to do so. Register here online (see blue button below and right) or on Sunday morning at the Common Quest table. Questions?  Contact Margo Rinehart by email at intern@wsuu.org or 206.769.7197.