Unless otherwise noted classes are at First Unitarian Church of Victoria and will run 10.30 – 11.45 am.
Chaperones and drivers may be needed for the offsite visits to various faith communities. If you are willing to be a driver/chaperone for these visits please email Arran. Participants are expected to commit to the program and will not be able to attend the visit without attended the classes relating to that religion or with permission from the Director of Spiritual Exploration and Learning.
If you have any questions please email Arran.
September: Unitarian Universalism and What it Means to Be a People of Intention
October: Judaism and What it Means to Be a People of Belonging
November/December: Christianity & Catholicism
January: Islam and What it Means to Be a People of Integrity
February: Buddhism and What it Means to Be a People of Resilience
March: Hinduism and what it means to be a people of Wisdom
March 1 Hinduism Introduction
March 8 Visit Victoria Hindu Temple
Meet Abhilasha at the Temple at 10.15 am for Holi Pooja. The ceremony will go till around 12.30 pm and afterward, there will be lunch you are welcome to stay and share (the event finishes at 2.30 pm). Please wear clothes that you won’t mind getting dyed and sunglasses. More information about the event.
If you missed the March 1 class, please watch this video to learn about Holi (2:42 min) before attending.
March 15: Hinduism Debrief
March 22 March 29: SPRING BREAK – All Ages Outdoor Games (weather permitting)
We will explore wisdom kinesthetically – What wisdom do our bodies hold?