Programs for adults give us the chance to go deeper — intellectually, socially, ethically and spiritually. From workshops to community service, covenant groups to discussion groups, meditation to marching — all in the context of a supportive spiritual community — Unitarian Universalism has much to offer adults beyond our Sunday services. We affirm a free and responsible search for truth and meaning from birth to death. Unitarian Universalism celebrates the ways that our needs, our hopes and our beliefs change as life changes us.
Adult Spiritual Enrichment at UUC is directed by the Religious Education Council. The active leadership by our lay ministers and interested members of the congregation enables UUC to offer a rich program throughout the church year. The classes are offered with an open mindset, encouraging the development of everyone involved. We aim to provide programming across a wide spectrum of interests, including UU history and theology, world religions, leadership development, spiritual practices, film and book discussions and much more.
Who am I? Whose am I? What am I here for? These age-old questions, explored by humans since the dawn of religion, are the foundations of a meaningful life. In Unitarian Universalism, we explore these questions in a supportive community. We are your partners in expressing who you are, what you value and what you believe at all stages of life. No matter what life has dealt us, Unitarian Universalists are spiritual companions on a path of integrity and interconnection, bringing more love and more justice into being.
Our congregation provides a unique array of offerings for adults and young adults – come in and find out how you can go deeper with Unitarian Universalism. Please contact us for further information, or visit our Calendar for upcoming classes, films and events.