Sponsored by the Adult Religious Education (ARE) Committee
"When body, mind and spirit are in harmony, happiness is the natural result." Deepak Chopra
The Adult Religious Education (ARE) program kicks off the New Year with its continuing enlightening opportunities. The following excerpts from its Sunday Morning Forum classes are just a few stars in the odyssey of nurturing mind, body and spirit! Peruse the past recaps; join us for the upcoming guest speaker on March 10 (ref. below).
Let fellowship with, in and through the Sunday Morning Forum become, for us, a "natural result"!
"How U, YES U, Can Identify and End Wage Inequities"
Presented by John Whitley
March 10, 2019
"Homeschooling: Historic Institution or Current Trend?”
Presented by Rachel Bevins
March 3, 2019
"Homeschooling" has been around for a long time, from native tribes to prairie families. What does it mean today, and why are the numbers growing?
"A UU Military Journey"
Presented by Corey Anderson
February 24, 2019
"Yoga - a Way of Life"
Presented by Nancy Sessoms
February 10 & 17, 2019
Is yoga a spiritual path, or is it physical fitness? In this two-part Sunday Morning Forum an overview of raja yoga’s eight-limbed path was presented. Upon completion, each participant could decide whether yoga is a religion, a means to stay in shape, a framework for healthy living, or something else.
"The Importance of Rituals to Humans"
Presented by EarthRising Members
February 3, 2019
"Number, Logic, Faith"
Presented by Scott Kasmire
January 13, 20 & 27, 2019
In Part C, the group will looked more closely at the connection between metaphor and faith and determined what sorts of metaphors are most useful in determining our place in the world.
Presented by Bob Mosolf
January 6, 2019
UUFP Member Bob Mosolf spoke about the history of cancer, cellular level changes, treatment options and personal interactions with someone with cancer.
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