A dynamic part of Follen’s Community and Hospitality Action Team, our Adult Programs group sponsors, supports, and coordinates offerings for adults at Follen. Our mission is to help the Follen community live into its potential as a congregation that supports spiritual development, learning, fellowship and “embracing the world” – its beauty and its challenges – through support, coordination and collaboration on adult programs.

65 people attended the January 2018 Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Monthly dinner and discussion program – -held the 3rd Thursday most months during the school year.  No RSVP is required. Dinner, dessert and childcare are provided.  The program typically includes a presentation followed by small-group and large-group discussion.  We aim to provide a wide variety of topics oriented toward spiritual growth and community engagement.

Recent Offerings:

November 2018: Belonging: Presentation by Juliet Njjamba fro the Africano Center in Waltham, MA

June 2018: Congregational Read: Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

May 2018: UU History, with Rev. John Buehrens

April 2018: Money and Class: Discussion led by Jane Spickett and Alison Baron Streit

March 2018: Faith Journeys: Panel from Retired Men’s Group

February 2018: Just Listening: Music and the Beginner’s Mind, with John Morrison (Vivian Montgomery’s husband)

January 2018: Stories from a Civil Rights Pilgrimage

November 2017: Busting the Gender Binary: Presentation by Alex Kapitan

October 2017: Charles Follen and Abolition: Presentation by Anne Grady and Walter Leutz

July 2017: What Happened to My Country (Turkey)? Discussion led by guests from the Turkish Muslim Community