What’s Going on at 10:00am on Sundays???

We’re so glad you asked!
While the age-specific rotation programs are on a hiatus for the time being, there are still offerings available for adults and teens to enrich and enliven your Sunday mornings at UUCG, prior to the Worship Service.  (Childcare will be available for children under 8.)
On the first Sunday of each month, the Faith Development Team hosts a guided discussion introducing the monthly theme. Indulge your curiosity, join us and deepen your understanding!  What gifts does this month’s theme hold for you?
On the second Sundays, Spiritual Practices are introduced. Come with the courage to experience something new, or re-invigorate a forgotten practice. What connects you with spirit?
On the third Sundays, there will be discussions about various ways to get and stay involved in the movement to work toward social justice in our community, our nation, and the world. How can you have an impact? How can your compassion make a difference?
And on the fourth Sundays, beginning in March, the Faith Development Team will sponsor a book discussion based on The Third Reconstruction, by The Rev. Dr. William Barber II and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove, which is the 2016-2017 UUA Common Read.
It is our goal to provide you with inspiration and resources to help you live deeper into your UU faith throughout the week. Come join us at 10:00 on Sunday mornings for fellowship and learning, and opportunities to live into the questions as you search for truth and meaning.
This month begins with:
Feb. 5 – Faith Development Forum: Fire of Commitment: a discussion of the things to which we commit our time and treasure, with the following questions to guide us:
  • What was your first experience in committing to a cause?  Who influenced you?
  • What are you doing now?
  • What has changed in how you view commitment?
  • How do you renew you spirit?
Feb. 12 – Spiritual Practices: Present Moment Awareness through Trauma Sensitive Yoga,
taught by guest facilitator Stacey Beth Shulman, the Curvy Yogini.
Stacey is a wonderful, loving teacher for people of all shapes, sizes, ages, and abilities. The practice will be be done from seated positions and no one will need to get on the floor! This is especially good for all those of us with physical challenges.
Stay tuned for details on upcoming programs!
~ The UUCG Faith Development Team