The following classes in person and/or via Zoom are currently being offered. Classes offered in a hybrid format use technology that brings all participants together. Please read about each class, then consider attending one or all of them! You can also review our past classes to learn more about the kinds of classes we offer. (Note: Some classes require registration, but some do not.)
Hymns as Inspiration: Blue Boat Home
- Date: Sunday, June 4, from noon to 1:00pm
- Location: Annex B in person or on Zoom – Meeting ID: 883 5266 5109 | Passcode: UUCP4027
- Facilitators: Rev. Christine Dance and Sam Kirkland
Come join us for an hour to explore the text of a well-loved hymn, Blue Boat Home, as sacred text. We’ll be listening to different versions of the hymn and analyzing the text to find new spiritual and life meaning. It will be an interactive, participative, and energizing class that will ensure that you’ll never listen to this hymn the same way.
Registration is not required for this class.
Please enjoy this rendition of Blue Boat Home from the November 18, 2018 Bread Communion at UUCP.
Great UU Sermons
- Schedule: 2nd Thursday of each month at 3pm AZ time, starting January 12
- Facilitator: Roy Miller
An ongoing monthly series studying a classic sermon from an important UU Minister from history, such as Ralph Waldo Emerson and Theodore Parker. This class is offered via Zoom only.
Please register by the first Thursday of the month to receive the text of that month’s sermon as well as the Zoom link. Email email@example.com to register.