Do you have questions about what it means to be a religious liberal? Do you find it difficult to explain your faith journey to others? Do you feel that sometimes humanists are seen as intellectual and unemotional? We’ll discuss these topics and more in our adult education course as we explore the history and teachings of the Unitarian Universalist Living Tradition.
Join instructor A.J. Galazen, M.Div. for an exciting series of discussions as we explore the diverse thinkers that have influenced our Unitarian Universalist movement, and more importantly, how their words and stories speak to us today. The class meets from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in room 112 of Wheeler Hall on the Northland College Campus. All are welcome to attend – come one week or attend them all.
This week’s topic: William F. Schulz, celebrated human rights activist, author, minister, and third-generation Unitarian. His personal discovery of a steadfast “organic faith” can teach all of us how to stay the course through anxious feelings. His faith led him first as president of the Unitarian Universalist Association (1985-1993) and then as president of Amnesty International USA, from 1994-2006.