No matter where we are in our lives we come up against questions that challenge our values, a life-challenging decision, where to move, what to do in retirement, what to do next.
This class will feature a series of exercises: some fun, some soul searching, some public, some private help us to find or reset where we really are with our values; not just what we think we believe.
We will meet Tuesday evenings, Oct. 19-Nov. 30, 7-9 pm in the downstairs classrooms of the First Unitarian Church (no class on Nov. 2).
Register online here or sign up in person at the RE table after church on Sunday. Registration closes Oct. 17. For more information, contact Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Becky Brooks.
The class will be led by church member, Suzanne Lebovit. Suzanne’s interest in developing and clarifying her values began when her youth minister, James Reeb, was killed in Selma, Alabama in 1965. Her youth group rallied to finish the Selma to Montgomery march for him, helping to develop her values and serving as a lesson on how instant decisions can be so meaningful and historical. For the last 20 years Suzanne has worked as a public health advisor, currently at the Baltimore City jail.