The Lifespan Learning program strives to offer the same “basics” of the program for children and youth: Unitarian Universalist history and heritage; Unitarian Universalist identity: world religions: Jewish and Christian teachings: ethical philosophies: and understanding and making sense of the interconnected web of life.
For adults who have familiarity with these areas, the program offers opportunities to go deeper into these topics and also expand to areas that foster their philosophical and spiritual practice. Like the program for children and youth, the program strives to offer different ways to address the plurality of learning styles for adults. Lifespan Learning is also a means to overcome oppression in our society at large.
Click here for a statement about FUUSA’a adult religious education philosophy.