Religious Education - Adults
The Mission of the Adult RE Committee is to nurture and stimulate the religious and personal growth of the adult church community.
Adult Religious Education Course Proposal Form
For individuals seeking to teach an Adult RE class at Community UU Church of Plano, please fill out a Course Proposal form:
The Adult Religious Education Program offers a varied program within the context of the Unitarian Universalist tradition and principles.
We offer a range of classes of interest to adults and youth on Sunday mornings and weekday evenings throughout the year. Each evening class ends no later than 9pm.
CHILDCARE is available for all classes, upon request. To reserve childcare call the Church office (972-424-8989) at least 48 hours in advance.
For more information on any of our courses, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tibetan Buddhism - Faciliator: the Ven. Tashi Nyima – 7:00 PM – Sanctuary
Meditation and Mind Training. Please join us for guided meditation and a skillful approach to developing mental peace and clarity.
Humanist Group - Facilitator: Various - 6:00 PM - Room G in the Annex
The program is discussion-centered on Humanist-oriented topics led by various speakers.
Exploring the Roots of Religion - Facilitator: The Reverend Don Fielding - 7:00 PM - Room G in the Annex
The Reverend Don Fielding is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister and a friend of Community Church. Before he retired, he stood at the pulpit of several area UU churches. He has been teaching evening classes for several years, and is one of our most popular presenters. His video intros are always followed by lively discussions, and participants can benefit from his wealth of knowledge of the subject matter.
Foreign Policy Association - Great Decisions 2017 - Facilitator: Donna Bening
If you would like to learn about U.S. relationships with other nations, the local Foreign Policy Association - Great Decisions discussion group will be meeting again this year.
Please meet with us Friday, Jan. 6, 1:30pm in Founders Hall at the church. If you have ordered a Great Decisions 2017 background book in advance last October, you can pay for it ($28.25) and pick it up then. If you didn't preorder, you can still order the book at the website www.fpa.org. We will also choose meeting dates/host locations and to sign-up to lead topic discussions.
In 2016 with two groups of participants, we met every two weeks on a Thurs. or a Fri. to watch a video and discuss foreign policy topics in January-April. Please contact email@example.com if you have questions or to arrange an alternate time to pick up your book.
This year we will be focusing on eight topics:
The Artist's Way - Facilitator: Dorayne Breedlove
The Artist's Way is a 12 part series based on the book, The Artist's Way, by Julia Cameron. The series will be facilitated by Dorayne Breedlove starting on January 25, 2017 and will meet monthly from 7:00-9:00pm. The cost is $20 per session. The Monthly Theme for the first class is: Discover a Sense of Safety. This month initiates your creative discovery. We establish a sense of safety which enables us to explore our creativity with less fear.
(Re)Connect with your creativity! The Artist's Way is a spiritual path, initiated and practiced through creativity. The premise: Creativity and Spirituality come from the same place. Creative discovery and exploration are achieved through readings, exercises, tasks, and check-ins. This 12-part series taken once a month is for anyone interested in practicing the art of creative living. Come each month or any month you can. Connect with your creativity. Create pathways in your consciousness through which the creative force can operate. We are creative beings, our lives become our work of art. Practice through Morning Pages, and The Artist's Date. You can learn to overcome the negative human tendencies of jealousy, fear, addiction through connecting to your creativity.
For more information please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.