|Adult Religious Education|
Our Adult Religious Education program allows us to discern, explore, celebrate and be challenged by our spiritual yearnings. We provide opportunities to learn more about Unitarian Universalism, spiritual practice and personal theology, along with a variety of other topics such as current events and world religions.
Exploring religious truth, meaning and experience is central to Unitarian Universalist faith, and faith development is central to our liberal religious education. In communities and as individuals we seek lives of meaning anchored by values and a commitment to promote principles of justice, love, trust, safety, tolerance and encouragement. We want to deepen in spirit and nurture our souls; we strive to contribute to and shape the wider world for the greater good. We recognize that we are part of an interdependent web of life.
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Newcomers will likely be interested in our Newcomers' Circle, where you can learn more about how to connect to the congregation. We also offer a weekly conversation between services which has a focused topic, is led by a facilitator, and is participatory in nature. Recent topics have included the state of healthcare in the California state prison system; sharing our favorite poetry; and a conversation with the President of the Unitarian Universalist Association, Bill Sinkford.
The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) offers lifespan resources for education, worship, advocacy, and social action that nurture Unitarian Universalist identity, spiritual growth, a transforming faith, and vital communities of justice and love.