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.

A Course In Miracles
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

Sisterhood Circle
1st & 3rd Monday of each month
7-9 pm ~ Chapel
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
7-8:30 pm ~ Chapel
Meditation practice in the Soto Zen Buddhist tradition.

Build Your UU Identity
3rd Wednesday of each month beginning in January
7:15-8:15 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
October 14, November 4, December 2, and January 20
1-2:30 pm ~ Peabody Room
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.

Coming Winter of 2024

Transform Your Life
Day/Time TBD
Imagine a life where balance and self-care are priorities, and you no longer sacrifice your own well-being for the sake of others. Picture yourself confidently making decisions aligned with your values, including your UU values, free from the burden of self-judgment. Envision building authentic and meaningful connections that bring you joy and sustain you in every aspect of your life. Join us for an exploration of personal transformation through the lens of your UU faith in eight areas; be still, find balance, learn from your past, define your purpose, dream your future, map your journey, create your community, and make a difference. Each month we will explore the topic utilizing the 4 quadrants of transformation; conscious, unconscious, somatic and intuitive.

Tending the Flame – Raising UU Children
1st Saturday of each month (beginning in 2024)
10-11:30 am ~Chapel
What does raising children in this faith of ours look like? Join other parents as we engage in discussions around the question “What does it mean to raise children as Unitarian Universalists?”

UU Common Read
Day/Time TBD 2024 – 4 sessions
Join other Unitarian Universalists from around the UUA to discuss the Common Read 2023-24: “On Repentance and Repair” by Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg

Transgender Inclusion 
Day/Time TBD 2024
This course is for individuals, groups, and congregational teams who want to take their knowledge and skills to the next level in terms of trans identity and how to create congregations that are fully inclusive and affirming the full breadth of gender diversity. Over six sessions you will deeply explore the intersection of trans identity, spirituality, and faith community, and gain the grounding, context, and skills to transform yourself and your congregation.