Contact Amy Nelson – Director of Faith Development for more information/questions. First UU members and friends are encouraged to “drop-in” for these classes except for classes that require registration.

Principle 4 Study Group
4th Sunday of each month
7-9 pm ~ Hearth Room
This study group is centered around our 4th Principle: a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Discussions focus on the meaning and role of spirituality, language, beliefs, and faith in our lives as UUs. We do this by choosing a “hot-button” word from our cookie jar each month, living and/or researching the word during the month and then discussing our experience and learning.

Adult Pilgrimage
3rd Sunday of Each Month beginning January 21, 2024
1-2:30 pm ~ Chapel
More information HERE

A Course In Miracles
Mondays
10-11:30 am ~ Commons
A study group for students of A Course In Miracles: a complete self-study spiritual thought system. See detailed info at acim.org.

Sisterhood Circle
1st Monday of each month
6:30 pm ~ Hearth Room
We gather to share in our spiritual journey, through book study, meditation, and energy work.

Chosen Faith Study Group
4th Monday of each month
7-9 pm ~ Hearth Room
Read and discuss Unitarian and Universalist leaders’ views of the past and present, as well as other significant liberal theologies and major topics in Unitarian Universalism.

UU Zen
Tuesdays
7-8:30 pm ~ Chapel
Meditation practice in the Soto Zen Buddhist tradition.

YoUUr Identity (Your UU Identity)
3rd Wednesday of each month March through June | Registration Required
6:30-7:30 pm ~ Chapel
So many of us have chosen the faith of Unitarian Universalism – but can’t always articulate why! Join new-to-UUs or always-been-UUs as we learn and discuss what it means to be Unitarian Universalist.

UU Reflections
1-2:30 pm ~ Peabody Room
Registration Required
Join this writing group to think and write about our UU experiences, history, beliefs, thoughts, hopes & dreams – in other words, our reflections about UU and all that UU means to us as individuals. We’ll write at home and then bring our writings to the group to read out loud to others who will listen carefully with good hearts and open minds. Kind-hearted feedback is optional. No writing experience necessary. This is not about skillful writing; it is about using writing as our tool to express our hearts, minds, and souls in the context of UU.

Buddhist Interest Group
Online Only

Discussion group on Buddhism often from a secular perspective.