New Second Hour Class – Spirituality & Aging

New Second Hour Class – Spirituality & Aging

As we age life presents new and different challenges and  joys. Life transitions do not stop. The opportunity for spiritual and personal growth does not go away, it may indeed become more intense. UU ministers, who are not immune to these changes, have reflected on their personal experiences in essays published in “Landscapes of Aging and Spirituality”*. In this four Sunday, drop-in class, we will be reflecting on questions like “what gives my life purpose post career?”; “how do I deal with health challenges big and small?”; “how do I re-invent myself?”; “what do I want out of this stage/phase of life?”. You do NOT have to read the book or attend all sessions, although there may be additional benefits from both.

 

Leader: This group will be facilitated by Kay Golan, Lay Minister. Kay is an active member of UUCA and is traversing the landscape of aging herself. After a rather intense career, most at CDC, raising a family and caring for aging  parents, she is passionate about creating the space to deepen one’s spirituality and faith in the UU tradition.

 

* “Landscapes of Aging and Spirituality”, Essays by UU Ministers, edited by Kay (Kathleen) Montgomery, long time UUA staff member, is available in the UUCA bookstore.