We offer a wide range of adult enrichment opportunities during the week, from one-time information discussions, to multi-session classes on subjects of theology, ethics, and social justice, as well as basic introductions to Unitarian Universalism.
Sunday Forum meets some Sunday mornings from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. This is a discussion group open to anyone on a drop-in basis. No sign-up is required. Topics range from social issues and advocacy efforts to self-help and health. The Sunday Forum may feature a local expert or work as an open discussion facilitated by a member interested in the particular subject.
The New UU Program offers a three-session introduction to Unitarian Universalism and to our Fellowship. The program is designed for new members, for those who may be thinking about becoming members, or those who are just interested in learning more about us. Often, becoming part of a church community is a slow, random affair, fraught with moments of loneliness and uncertainty. This program is designed to capitalize on the energy and excitement new members bring to our congregations and to reduce the moment of awkwardness new members may feel as they begin to become actively involved in church life.
Adult Enrichment may include traditional Unitarian Universalist curricula, such as Our Chosen Faith, or Building Your Own Theology. Classes may also include instruction on everything from Tai Chi to ethical eating.