Our Senior Minister, Rev. Bill Gupton, is offering a four-week series on Unitarian Universalist beliefs titled “Believe.” Join him each Sunday afternoon in March to learn more about “What Unitarian Universalists Believe.” Hint: We don’t all believe the same thing. Spoiler alert: It also depends on when, in history, you happen to be talking about. The classes take place on March 4, 11, 18 and 25, at 4 p.m., in the Heritage Room.
Orthodox religions tell you what to believe. People in conventional faith traditions are often happy to tell you (even if you didn’t ask) what they believe. Unitarian Universalism is neither orthodox, nor conventional. We are a religion grounded in the ideal of freedom of belief. You can’t get more unorthodox, or unconventional, than that!
This drop-in class (attend all four sessions, or any that you are able to) will appeal to newcomers to Heritage Church, to those who are curious about UUism, and to those who don’t consider themselves well-versed in this unusual faith tradition we call home. We will discuss Unitarian Universalist beliefs, historic and current, about things like God, Jesus, Hell, life after death, sin, salvation, evil and more. Each week, after the session (roughly 6 p.m.), those who are interested will continue the conversation over dinner, out somewhere at a local restaurant.
If you need childcare, please contact Child Care Coordinator Lilly Hutchins well in advance, at firstname.lastname@example.org.