The Belonging Class (Formerly Life, Community, and Faith)
Religion can be understood as making sense out of our existence, or sense out of what appears to be inexplicable. The Belonging Class is a facilitated discussion about our experiences rather than a lecture. We start with our own experience of how we function in our daily lives and examine our responses to key life issues with others in our class. With an emphasis on authenticity and curiosity, we share our spiritual journeys and consider how our stories are reflected in the Christian story. We explore the ways in which we seek and sometimes fail to connect to ourselves, others, and God.
The class is open to all. Newcomers are encouraged to attend! This is a great way to begin the experience of belonging.
Dates & Time: March 7 – May 2, 2018 (excluding March 28) Wednesday evenings, 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Leaders: The Rev. Michele Morgan, Martha Connor-Donnelly, Charlie Rupp
Location: Adams Room, with one all day Saturday retreat either March 10 or 17