Tuesdays In Churchville

We have offered a class in Harford County for over five years. It is held in a cozy classroom at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Harford County (UUFHC) on Rt. 22. UUFHC is conveniently located on Rt. 22 just north of the Harford County Community College Campus. It’s located 20 minutes from Havre de Grace and 10 minutes from the Harford Mall

Learning to Love Your Difficult People – The weeks of February 12 through March 12

The most common object of our worry and irritation is our family, friends and co-workers.  We  suffer a lot as we feel our relationships are rocky and unpredictable.  In this series we will look at ways Buddha taught to reduce the pain we feel about relationships and how transform them into ways to develop patience, love and compassion.

  • Feb 13        Ending Family Drama
  • Feb 20        Take the Dread out of Work
  • Feb 27        Don’t be a Victim
  • Mar  6        How to Help Others without Losing Yourself
  • Mar 13       What to do once You Have Tried Everything

Anger Solves Nothing – The weeks of Mar 19 through Apr 16

Anger has no function other than to cause us harm. It makes our mind rough and uncontrolled, robs us of our happiness, and disturbs others. Even the small anger of impatience and annoyance destroys our peace of mind and creates stress in our lives. This series will help us to learn how to recognize, reduce, and even eliminate anger from our mind.

         Week of            Topic

  • Mar 19       The Dangers of Anger
  • Mar 26       Why we Get Angry
  • Apr  2       The Power of Patience
  • Apr  9       The Courage to Forgive
  • Apr 16       Anger is Our only Enemy

New Series Discount Available!  Buy the whole series and get one class FREE!

Everyone is welcome! No pre-registration required. Just drop in!

Time: Tuesdays 7pm – 8:15pm

: Nadia Malik, who is the World Peace Cafe manager at KMC Maryland, has been practicing Kadam Dharma since 2011. The depth of her dedication to study and practice is obvious in her teaching, where she skillfully includes many practical examples of how to sincerely apply Buddha’s teachings to modern daily life. 

Class Fee: $12/class or $8 for students/seniors/unemployed. You can also become a member starting at $40/month and recieve discount while you help to provide a steady level of support for our acivities.

First time coming to a class? Here’s what to expect.

Location: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Harford County, 2515 Churchville Road, Churchville, MD 21028