Uu Philosophy Of Re: Renaissance Module Training

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Neshoba Church says
When: Thursday March 26 6pm through Saturday March 28 at 2pm

Location: Neshoba Unitarian Universalist Church in Memphis, TN
www.neshobachurch.org

Early Bird Registration Deadline February 15th $250
Late Registration Deadline March 20th $275
Please visit this link to officially register:
http://tinyurl.com/jvm72ba

Enrollment is limited to 24, first come first serve. Your space is reserved once full payment is received.
Minimum number of participants is 12 by March 2.

Participants must attend the entire session to get credit.

Limited Home Hospitality is available.

Participants wishing to stay in a hotel will need to make their own arrangements. Please contact module coordinator Sarah Osborne dre@neshobauu.org for a list of nearby hotel accommodations.

UU Philosophy of RE: Articulating a philosophy of Unitarian Universalist religious education helps participants envision, design and implement programs for children, youth, and adults in meaningful and successful ways. This module seeks to provide both content and process
involvement.

Among the desired learning outcomes for the module are the following:
• Increased ability to articulate one’s own religious/faith pilgrimage and current religious education philosophy
• Familiarity with some current theories of human development that have implications for religious education
• Increased clarity about the purposes of religious education
• Familiarity with some of the aspects of Unitarian Universalist congregations as educating (teaching/learning) communities
• Awareness of the importance of educational method being appropriate to educational goals
• Increased awareness of people who are our partners and who were the historical players in the liberal religious education enterprise
• Some comfort and competence in taking home and using some new knowledge, worship processes, and awareness in this area.

Leaders: Tandy Scheffler and Leia Durland-Jones
Reader: The Essex Conversations
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By: Neshoba Church

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