Cakes For The Queen of Heaven
“Cakes” is a feminist thealogy program that explores women’s religious history and examines pre-Judeo Christian cultures that may have worshiped the female as divine. The concepts of equality and reverence for the female in a religious setting are eye-opening to many participants. More than Goddess 101, this workshop series examines important elements of today’s women’s lives; personal, interpersonal and societal. It examines how our culture has been influenced by Judeo Christian values. The primary question raised is: How would your life have been different if, when growing up, the divine had been imaged as female? Participants are encouraged to share their own experiences and beliefs, creating trust and strong bonds of friendship. Loretta Hubley-Taylor and Gail McMorrow Donahue are the facilitators with years of experiencing leading this program!

Part I of this program runs consecutive Thursdays, from 7p to 9p in the Fellowship Room starting May 11th and ending June 8th. The five sessions of "In Ancient Times" includes: The Sacred Female, In the Name of the Mother and the Daughter, Womanpower, The First Turning-From Goddess to God, and Reclaiming Women's Heritage of Peace.

Participants are asked to make a serious commitment to all 5 sessions; this commitment brings the reward of deep connection with others in the group and a richer experience with the material.

PLEASE NOTE: The program is for those who identify as female. Minimum group size is 8; maximum is 13. Registrations will be "wait listed" based on date of registration.

There will be a $10 materials fee that will be collected during the first evening. Contact Sandra Greenfield if you need to talk about this: dlre.uucn@gmail.com

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