Our growing Religious Exploration program provides many different opportunites for adults and children to learn and grow. The Unitarian Universalist Principles of “acceptance of one another and encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations” and “a free and responsible search for truth and meaning” guide the development of our religious exploration program. We respect that each person has their own path to walk, and we are here to support this process of exploration and personal growth.
If you would like to learn more about any of our programs or volunteer your time and expertise, contact Tiffany Sapp at email@example.com
Small Group Ministries
Welcome to our Small Group Ministries! An important part of the UU Fellowship is helping each other grow, learn, and share our spiritual journeys. Below is information on our current Small Group Ministries. If you have been thinking about joining one of the small groups, now is a good time to do so. There are several offerings to choose from, meeting different needs. Each provides an opportunity to deepen connections among the members of this wonderful fellowship. (learn more)
Children’s Religious Exploration
Our children’s program meets at the same time as the adult’s regular Sunday morning worship service: from 10:30am to 11:30am. Every Sunday your kids can expect to do a chalice lighting to create a sense of beginning, a game, a story and a craft. (learn more)
New Member Class
If you’re here, you probably got here by swimming agains the tide of cultural apathy and mainstream religion. Welcome Home! The new member class is for you if:You are interested in learning what you need to know to officially become a member of this Fellowship OR You are simply curious about what Unitarian Universalism and this Fellowship are all about: you’re not sure if you want to join but you’d like to learn more. OR You are already a member of this Fellowship and would like a refresher on UU History and our congregational life together.
Adult Short Series: Introduction to the Tao Te Ching
The Reverend H. Vann Knight, long-time Unitarian Universalist minister, is offering us a five week series in the study of the Tao Te Ching. The book consists of a brief introduction and 81 short paragraphs. Written like poetry, every line is packed with meaning. This is a course that asks a lot of its participants, but promises a great return on the time invested. (learn more)
Learn more about Tiffany Sapp, our new Religious Exploration Coordinator