We are a place of gathering for people who wish to deepen and widen our UU faith and live its principles. Through body, mind, soul and heart, from cradle to sage, we nourish our spiritual and religious aspirations with each other and with those in our community.
We seek to be a culture of learning, a place where people continually expand their capacity to create the life they truly desire, where new and expansive patterns of thinking and being are nurtured, where collective aspiration is set free, and where people are continually together.
There are a number of small groups that meet on a regular basis: Spirituality Group, Chalice Circles, Tibetan Buddhist Meditation, The Learning Circle, the Atheists, Humanists and Agnostics (AHA) group and the Book Club, among others.
Participation in one of these groups will provide you with a place to meet others for friendship and to expand your intellectual and spiritual journey. These small groups are open both to members and to those comfortable with the Unitarian-Universalism.
Small groups are based on the premise that no one comes to a religious community only to join a committee or participate in corporate worship.
Meeting with intention, and with a shared agreement for being together, leads to a more nourishing way of individual and community being and acting.
The U-U way involves laughter, caring, a search for understanding and meaning through one’s own and others’ experiences, as well as from the wisdom in both sacred and secular writings.
These small groups usually meet monthly in participants’ homes or at the church.
Email to propose a class, workshop, or other activity for the Spiritual Education and Learning for Adults program.