School of the Spirit: Lifespan Spiritual Exploration 

Winter 2019 Offerings


UU VALUES & PRINCIPLES


History of Social Justice Theologies in Unitarian Universalism 113

Oct 27 – Dec 8 
Explore how specific Unitarian, Universalist, and Unitarian Universalist-based social movements were informed by specific theological ideas even as they evolved new ones. Focus on what it takes to be a theologically inspired change agent in emerging historical circumstances. Six-week online course with optional weekly email discussions and optional  in-person meetings. Paul Brynteson and Lucy Williams facilitate weekly online & optional in-person discussions at coffee hour each Sunday. One week is devoted to each module, so enrollees are committing to about 2 hours per week for 6 weeks. The first meeting will be Sunday, October 27 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.

Cost is $15, which is reimbursable from the Leadership Development Committee at BVUUF.

Enroll: Go to UU Institute On Demand Courses, search for “History of Social Justice Theologies in Unitarian Universalism 113” and follow the directions

Contact Paul Brynteson at phbrynteson@gmail.com. 


JUSTICE MAKING

Eco Justice

Keep an eye out in Connections Weekly for films and other gatherings and discussions.

Contact Liz Marsis at emarsis@gmail.com.


SPIRITUAL PRACTICE

Playshop

A morning of Improvised Embodied Spirituality based on the monthly themes using the tools of Interplay (interplay.org). Led by Rev. Lydia.
First Saturdays, 9:30 a.m. – 11:15ish a.m.
During construction meet at Nyland Cohousing, 3525 Nyland Way, Lafayette
Drop-in each month


Wise Women Spirituality Group

A monthly open circle for trans and cis women providing a safe, confidential space for spiritual exploration, affirming each woman’s inherent wisdom, forming deeper relationships and bonding in sisterhood.

Second Tuesdays, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. During construction, we meet in Lafayette.

Contact Kelly LoGiudice at kellyspirit@gmail.com.


Women’s Meditation Group

Open to all who identify as women, and to all meditation traditions. We sit together for 45 minutes in silent meditation, followed by an optional sharing circle. Basic meditation instruction is available. There is no charge. 

Every Thursday morning 10:00 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.

231 Sunland St., Louisville, CO 80027
Contact Dana Samani at 2dana.samani@gmail.com or Lu Wright at lanka4321@gmail.com.

WAYS TO CONNECT

Memoir Writing Group

Learn more about UU history and mission.

2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 9:30 AM in Lafayette

Contact Paul Gibb, paulgibb1@live.com


Boulder Valley UU Humanists 

Learn more about the Unitarian Universalist history and theology of covenant.

Members and guests lead exploration of various humanist orientations with an emphasis on religious humanism in the Unitarian Universalist tradition. 

3rd Sundays, 10:30 a.m. to 12 noon 

Balfour Lodge Building, 1331 Hecla Drive, Louisville, off 95th north of South Boulder Road
Contact Dave Leonard at uufave71@icloud.com.


Covenant Groups

Small committed groups focused on consciousness and spiritual exploration and group activities. Specific groups include parent-friendly, men’s group, LGBTQI+ and more.

Contact: Marsha Coons at marshacoons@comcast.net or Natalie Parker at nparker943@gmail.com.


Youngish Adult Group

Gatherings for adults

Contact  Stephanie Tuley at stephanie@tuley.org.


Senior Seekers (not in summer)

Issues of interest to senior men and women. 

4th Wednesday, 10:00 a.m.-12 noon

Contact Cathy Fox at catfox3@msn.com.


Friday Feasts & Sunday Suppers

Share a meal and conversation with a small group of Unitarian Universalists.

Contact Barbara Sterling at barbarasterling@comcast.net.


Would you like to facilitate a class at BVUUF?

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