LIFE LONG LEARNING CLASS FOR ADULTS
Events may include (but are not limited to) lectures, workshops, courses, discussion groups, and movie nights. They may be a single event or an on-going series. Programs are listed on the UUSDBA calendar and the weekly newsletter. More detailed information is available on this page.
The Evolution of God,
led by the LLL committee. Meeting times: Wednesdays from 4p.m. to 6 p.m. starting September 25, 2013. Purchase Robert Wright's book at the UU on Sundays.
Life Long Learning /Explorations Program Thursday, Oct. 10, 2013: from 7pm to 8:30
Pagan Influences in Early Christianity
William P. Lazarus ( Embry Riddle Aeronautical University) will talk on how early Christianity developed from a variety of sources, including ideas percolating throughout the Middle East.
In addition, church fathers drew on philosophical concepts embedded in Jewish, Greek and Roman cultures. This talk will look at the roots of the faith and how these diverse concepts were united into the developing religion.
October 17 Bill Lazarus will speak on the many influences on early Christianity
November 21: Rev. James Shoopman will speak on Islam
December 5: Rev. Craig Roshaven will speak on Friedrich Schleiermacher, a pioneer of modern theology
Life Long Learning (LLL) usually meets the second THURSDAY of the month at 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
Any changes in date or time will be on the web site and included in the schedule.
Programs are free and open to the public. There will be an opportunity for discussion after each presentation. See schedule of programs below. For more information, please call Dan Kennedy at 672-2556 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Joan Thate email@example.com
Schedule also near entrance to building, there are flyers for you on the table.
Life Long Learning Spring Schedule through May, 2013 for the Series topics.
Life Long Learning Spring Schedule through May, 2012 for the Series topics.
Fall 2012 LLL Schedule with description of speakers.
September 27-12__Jim Rothweiler,
telecommunications and technology consultant, will
discuss Futures Research as a tool used to determine alternative
plans for business and social organization. Audience discussion and
a mini-workshop are included in the program.
Past Programs for 2011 2012 season
January and February 2011 Explorations Schedule with description of speakers.
March - May 11, 2011 Explorations Schedule with description of speakers.
For more information: Dan Kennedy 386-672-2556 or e-mail Dan.
View the FALL schedule, September 22 through December 8, 2010
See all April and May programs
Additional program for Wednesday 31 March 7:30 P.M. DVD and discussion, lead by Marilyn Sapsford. "Advaita" - a mystical branch of Hinduism--
Programs begin January 6th.
See all April and May 2010 programs
PETE SEEGER: THE VOICE OF THE FOLK
A Presentation and Discussion led by Dan Gribbon. This will be the only Exploration program in December.
Sept. 30, 2009 thru October
Ashara Watkins talks about Paganism -- Past, Present & Future
Past Explorations Archives of prior Explorations
To learn more about Life- Long Learning or Explorations, please contact the chair of our Religious Education (RE) Committee
While we initiate some events, the Life Long Learning collaborative will gladly assist members with new programming. Life Long Learning accepts proposals, and assists with registration, scheduling, and publicizing events within the society. If you would like to include the general public, we will put you in touch with the appropriate avenues. The functions of this collaboration can be molded to fit the requirements of each event.
Proposal Form Program Feedback Form
You may print these forms out and submit the information to Explorations co-ordinator Dan Kennedy. Or you may copy the form to a text document and email completed information to the chair of our Religious Education (RE) Committee