S.E.E. In-the-field Intensive Week at CCU

June 19th – 23rd, 2017

For students coming in from outside the area, we have set up a special rate with a nearby hotel:

Schedule of Classes

Each class is $75, plus an additional $45 if you wish to receive S.E.E. Credit through UWSI. This option will appear at the time of registration.

All classes between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm are 5 days (Monday through Friday), attendance in all 5 classes is required to receive S.E.E. Credit. The evening class is 4 nights (Monday through Thursday), attendance in all 4 classes is required to receive S.E.E. Credit.

8:00 am – 9:50 am:

ON 010 “Unity for Today”

Rev. Roxanne Graves

This course shows how Unity Principles are as valid in our life today as when the movement first started.

HTS105 “Metaphysics 1”  (Face-to-Face & Live Stream)

Rev. Dr. Nickie Golden

This course explores some of Unity’s fundamental Principles as well as the highest for of mind action prayer.

SPD105 “Meditation Practices”

Janell Renshaw, LUT

This course is focused on the meditation process and experience; thus, meditation will be defined, discussed, and experienced.

10:10 am – 12:00 pm:

HTS 125 “The Twelve Powers” (Face-to-Face & Live Stream)

Rev. Therese Donlan Lee

In this advanced course, students will review the book, The Twelve Powers, by Charles Fillmore, and Power Up by Paul Hasselbeck and Cher Holton. In doin so, they will also review many basic Unity principles.

SCS 110 “Bible Interp: Hebrew” (Face-to-Face & Live Stream)

Rev. Glenda Walden

This is an introduction to the metaphysical interpretation.  Students will begin to understand and interpret the Hebrew Scriptures from a metaphysical viewpoint.

HTS110 “Metaphysics 2”  (Face-to-Face & Live Stream)

Rev. Mindy Tucker

This course explores some of the more complex metaphysical concepts such as Oneness and creation, as well as offers a Unity perspective on terminology that is commonly used by mainstream Christianity.

BI 804 “The Creative Process”

Janell Renshaw, LUT

This advanced course focuses on an allegorical understanding of the seven days of creation (Genesis 1:1 – 2:3) and the seven steps of the Creative Process.

1:00 pm – 2:50 pm:

HTS 140 “History of New Thought and Unity” (Face-to-Face & Live Stream)

Rev. Mindy Tucker

Just as one’s previous life experiences underlie one’s current expression, so the history of a tradition underlies that tradition’s current expression. The foundations of Unity as a contemporary movement are explored in its roots in Transcendentalism, Christian Science and New Thought. Students explore Unity’s history and original cultural milieu. They have the opportunity to consider the possibilities of Unity as an evolving cultural phenomenon. This historical exploration includes exposure to ideas, beliefs and philosophies of the main “architects” of this stream of spiritual thought that in some ways has connections back to antiquity. (Combines three former classes: History of New Thought, Background of New Thought and Development of the Unity Movement)

SCS 115 “Bible Interp: Acts – Revelation”  (Face-to-Face & Live Stream)

Rev. Therese Donlan Lee

This course students will experience the rewarding process of Bible interpretation. Students will learn, step by step, how to metaphysically interpret a Bible story and apply the meaning to their lives.

MS 804 “Discover the Power within You” (Face-to-Face & Live Stream)

Rev. Glenda Walden

This course is a spiritual, metaphysical study of the teachings of Jesus. It is based on Eric Butterworth’s renowned book, Discover the Power Within you,” that declares we can all discover, claim and powerfully express the inherent divinity we are.

3:10 pm – 5:00 pm:

HTS 135 “Healing & Wholeness” (Face-to-Face & Live Stream)

Rev. Dr. Nickie Golden

Unity began with a spiritual healing that was mediated through mind by application of principles. The first healing was followed by others and eventually Silent Unity and Unity Centers emerged. The healing practices and principles developed and applied by Myrtle and Charles are the basis of this course. Students will be working with the Fillmore’s teachings on healing and wholeness, as well as with historical and contemporary master teachers. The principles will be presented to support students in developing a practical understanding of Unity theology as “heart-centered meta- physics.”

HTS130 “Prosperity” 

Carla Palmer, LUT

Prosperity is based on a combined study of Charles Fillmore’s book, Prosperity, and Eric Butterworth’s Spiritual Economics. In our study, we will compare and contrast the ideas of these two great teachers.

6:30 pm – 8:50 pm:

EL 024 “The Enneagram of Awakening”

Carla Palmer, LUT

The Enneagram combines psychological and spiritual principles into a cohesive system enabling the Truth Student to identify those things blocking them from spiritual enlightenment.