Cambridge adult education program
The Cambridge Center for Adult Education provides high-quality, fun educational opportunities for the diverse adults of Greater Boston.
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From October 8 through November 19, 2017, Elizabeth Claggett-Borne of FMC and Marty Grundy of Wellesley Monthly Meeting offered a course on “Exploring Quakerism.” This six-session course explored Quaker practice, worship, and history. The group engaged with one another through worship, exercises, readings, and stories.
There were talks that consider how worship, personal and communal spiritual life, strong community, and active witness interact.
Interest groups frequently present workshops on Sunday afternoon, often showing films and encouraging discussion.
Women’s weekend silent retreats have been held regularly at Glastonbury Abbey.
Groups of Friends often gather at the Friends Center for discussion on topics of special interest, such as worship, theism and how we view Jesus, and historical Quakers and their teachings.
Whether it's watercolor or French pastries, come to CCAE to learn with others who share your interests.
Every year, more than 11,000 adults take classes here.
They are looking for knowledge offered in an affordable, social setting in a safe, non-competitive atmosphere.