ABOUT THE OUUC ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM
The Adult Education Program of OUUC seeks to foster life-long learning and spiritual growth through classes, workshops and events that expand and deepen understanding of Unitarian Universalism; facilitate the search for truth and meaning in all spheres of human knowledge; explore other spiritualities, religions and philosophies; enhance appreciation of the arts; promote social and earth justice; provide opportunities for learning new skills; and encourage sharing ideas and experiences among the participants.
Registration is open to all members and friends of OUUC and members of the larger community. If you would like a copy of this brochure mailed to you, please call the church office at 360-786-6383.
To reduce the chance of class cancelations because too few people have signed up, please register at least a week before your class begins.
The fee for one class is $15; a fee of $30 covers as many classes as you wish to take. Exceptions to this fee are noted in the class descriptions. The fee will be waived if it creates a hardship for you. A waiver can be requested when registering. On-site child care can also be requested when registering.
Unless otherwise noted, all class leaders are members of the OUUC community who generously contribute their expertise, time and hard work to develop their course material, completely gratis. Please make every effort to attend all sessions of each class for which you have signed up, or let the class leader know ahead of time if you can’t attend. Newcomers to OUUC can find classes relevant to this faith tradition marked with a chalice logo.
Would you like to teach a class at OUUC?
The Adult Education Committee welcomes offers to lead future classes from members of the broader community as well as from the OUUC congregation. Please direct proposals or inquiries to the Adult Education Committee, c/o the OUUC Office (firstname.lastname@example.org / 360-786-6383), or contact a committee member directly. A committee member will contact you and guide you through the process of setting up your class. Current members are: Nancy Curtiss, Mary Moore, Bobbe Murray, Anne Radford, Ann Rockway (Chair), Julie Rosmond, Pat Sonnenstuhl, Bob Sundstrom, Gary Worthington, and Sara Lewis (Staff).
Because this process takes time, please make certain that you meet the deadlines below for submitting completed proposals for new classes:
For inclusion in the fall 2018 program (September – December): May 15, 2018.
For inclusion in the winter-spring 2019 program. (January – June): Oct. 1, 2018.
We have many wonderful classes planned for the upcoming session!
Winter Spring Class Descriptions