We are delighted to be able to offer the Our Whole Lives (OWL) comprehensive sexuality education program for adults this year at FUCV. Created by the Unitarian Universalist Association and the United Church of Christ, OWL is used in congregations and community settings across North America (and increasingly the world).
Our Whole Lives for Adults helps you explore sexuality through your values and experiences. Enhance communication skills as you increase your understanding of healthy relationships, sexual diversity, and sexuality throughout the life cycle. It’s the sexuality education opportunity you probably never had growing up.
Some of the topics we’ll cover: Sexuality and Values; Sexuality and Communication; Sexuality and Spirituality; Discovering the Sexual Self; Experiencing the Sexual Other; Sexuality and Early Relationships; Sexuality and Developing Relationships; Sexuality and Committed Relationships; Sexual Diversity; Sexuality and Family; Sexuality and Aging; Sexual Health.
Our Whole Lives (OWL) values:
- Self Worth
- Sexual Health
- Justice and Inclusivity
OWL models and teaches caring, compassion, respect, and justice. It helps adults address their attitudes, values, and feelings about themselves, their sexuality, and others’ sexuality. Participants are guided by trained facilitators through an engaging program that addresses topics many adults have not had the opportunity to discuss in depth.
We’re planning six sessions for
- October 28,
- November 25,
- January 13,
- February 17,
- March 10,
- April 14.
Each session will run from 9:00am – 1:00pm, and be held at FUCV. We encourage you to look at your calendar now to save those dates, and confirm that you’ll be able to attend at least five of the six.
Program facilitators will be Fran Pardee, Peter Hancock, Jacqueline McAdam and Ministerial Intern, Christopher Wulff, all of whom are trained to lead OWL for this age group.
Questions? Contact Ministerial Intern Christopher Wulff at email@example.com. Want to register? Fill out the form below.