Directors Tsukina Blessing and Michael Douglas have taught Survey of World Religions classes to a variety of audiences, including students grades 1 through 8 and adults, in both secular and faith-based contexts. In public schools, they have presented to students under the supervision of the classroom teacher.
Classes cover history, geography, beliefs and practices of the religious impulse beginning in prehistory and including Native American, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Hindu and other traditions in the present day. Some classes include personal values exploration, as well.
Activities may include lectures, slideshow, audio, video, stories, discussion, meditations, hands-on exercises including crafts, and out of class contemplations and readings. Visiting practitioners and field trips to houses of worship can be valuable learning opportunities.
Contact us to help design a class for your place of worship, school or other organization.