We are in the process of developing a foundational program of adult religious education and faith formation. We offer varied opportunities to connect with others, to go deeper in the spiritual life and to learn more about religion and our Unitarian Universalist tradition.
Below are descriptions of our current and regular offerings. Please see the church calendar for information about what's being offered and specific meeting times and dates.
Small Group Ministry offers the opportunity to connect with others and consider significant questions and ideas in a deeper way. Each small group (7 to 10 people) commits to meeting twice a month for a minimum of three months. These groups, led by a facilitator who’s also a member of the group, engage in a practice of deep listening and engaged participation that can be powerful and helpful.
UU 101 is a three-session introduction to this church and UU history and theology. Led by Rev. Frank Clarkson, it’s a good way to meet other folks here, share something of your own spiritual story and learn more about the church.
UU 102 is a flim series offered on the 2nd Friday night of the month, exploring the theological diveristy of our UU tradition. A discussion follows each film.
A monthly Book Group meets on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 9 am. Upcoming titles are announced in the weekly e-news.
Spiritual Practice Groups are available in Buddhist mediation and Pagan practice. For more information, visit the Ongoing Events page.
Lectio Divina, Latin for "holy reading," is an ancient spiritual practice that engages with scripture in an contempletive way. We gather for lectio divina in the Meditation Chaepl on the 4th Sunday of the month at 9:15 am.
A Drumming Circle meets on the 1st Sunday of the month at 12:45 pm.
We also offer gatheings on seasonal topics and classes on spiritual practice, theology and spirituality. For the latest information, check the church calendar.