Adult Faith Development Workshops
Growing in spirituality, building vital communities of justice and love, and deepening Unitarian Universalist perspectives are lifelong endeavors.
Soul Matters provides small-group ministry for UUCL members and friends. We meet monthly in groups of 10 to explore resources around a theme of the month in a setting of deep listening and sharing. This year, you may join themed Soul Matters groups, including Starting Point, an exploration of Unitarian Universalism for newer UUs and long-time members to build community and experience Unitarian Universalist theology through small-group ministry. Our Soul Matters groups are all meeting online while our church building is closed, which is the safest and the most inclusive way of helping people connect inclusive of health status and profession.
UUCL has our own labyrinth in Founders Hall that is available (when our building is open) to be walked as a meditative practice for quiet centering. During these pandemic times, visit our labyrinth page for information about local outdoor labyrinth walks that are open to the public.
The Open Table is a study group that welcomes a spectrum of open minded seekers, and features leadership from individuals with diverse theological backgrounds.
Curious about what quantum physics says that may impact what you believe about miracles and post-resurrection appearances? Have you ever said the Lord’s Prayer in church, or in private, and wondered how Jesus meant the prayer in its original context? Should economics and religion be tied together and if so, how? Is there an economic, social, and political side to religion? Should politics and religion be separate?
Come explore these questions and more!
We welcome you: your whole self, with all your truths and your doubts, your worries and your hopes.
We are people of all ages, many backgrounds, and many beliefs. Learn more about UUism.
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