Adult Religious Education

Adult Religious Education supports and provides programming that furthers the spiritual and intellectual journeys of our multigenerational UU community. Here is a list of classes that are offered during the year.  More information will be added when class registration is available.  For more information email

 

UU Theology

What do Unitarian Universalists believe? What are our values, and where do they come from? What does it mean to be a pluralistic, covenantal faith? For new UUs and long-time members alike. Class is limited to 15 participants, and will gather Wednesday evenings October 3 - November 14 (taking off for Halloween).

 

UU Orientation

Get to know our church, and see if membership is right for you. This two-hour introduction to First Unitarian Church is led three times annually by Rev. Tom Goldsmith and Rev. Monica Dobbins

 

Beyond Inquirers

What is Unitarian Universalism, anyway? What makes this church different from other churches? If you're curious about our faith, or interested in joining but want to learn more, this drop-in class is for you. Different topics each meeting, following our 11am service.  Join us on:

  • November 4
  • December 2
  • January 6
  • February 3
  • February 24

 

The UU Elevator Speech

You've been a member for a while, and want to see our faith grow. But have you thought about *how* to share our "good news"? Imagine you have just two minutes to tell someone how cool Unitarian Universalism is - what would you say? This quick three-week class can teach you how. Note: this class is for First Unitarian members only. Class will be in January 2019

 

UU History

Unitarianism and Universalism are old, rich faith traditions that joined forces in 1961 to become UU. Where did these two faiths come from? Who are the important historic figures, and what are the important ideas? What does it all mean for how we live our faith today? Class begins April 3, 2019.