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Religious Education - Adults

Mission of the Adult Religious Education Committee

The Mission of the Adult RE Committee is to nurture and stimulate the religious and personal growth of the adult church community.

Adult Religious Education Course Proposal Form

For individuals seeking to teach an Adult RE class at Community UU Church of Plano, please fill out a Course Proposal form:


The Adult Religious Education Program offers a varied program within the context of the Unitarian Universalist tradition and principles.

We offer a range of classes of interest to adults and youth on Sunday mornings and weekday evenings throughout the year. Each evening class ends no later than 9pm.

CHILDCARE is available for all classes, upon request. To reserve childcare call the Church office (972-424-8989) at least 48 hours in advance.

For more information on any of our courses, please email:


Tibetan Buddhism - Faciliator: the Ven. Tashi Nyima – 7:00 PM – Sanctuary
Meditation and Mind Training. Please join us for guided meditation and a skillful approach to developing mental peace and clarity.


Humanist Group - Facilitator: Various - 6:00 PM - Room G in the Annex
The program is discussion-centered on Humanist-oriented topics led by various speakers.


Biological Anthropology: An Evolutionary Perspective - Facilitator: The Reverend Don Fielding - 7:00 PM - Room G in the Annex
The Reverend Don Fielding is a retired Unitarian Universalist minister and a friend of Community Church. Before he retired, he stood at the pulpit of several area UU churches. He has been teaching evening classes for several years, and is one of our most popular presenters. His videos are always followed by lively discussions, and participants can benefit from his wealth of knowledge of the subject matter.
When we consider ourselves, not as static beings fixed in time but as dynamic, ever-changing creatures, our viewpoint of human history becomes different and captivating. The crucial element of "time depth" has revolutionized the very questions we ask about ourselves. "Who are we?" has turned into What have we become? What are we becoming?" What makes this viewpoint possible is the evolutionary perspective offered by biological anthropology through the study of the evolution, genetics, anatomy, and modern variation within the human species.

For Schedule, Click: A Syllabus for (the second half of) 2017

Other Educational / Transformative Experiences

Watch this space for future offerings.