Embrace UUCR's thriving, loving, inclusive community by joining an Adult Faith Formation program, where you can:
Put your faith into action
Engage with ethical and moral questions
Open to new ideas, people, and experiences
Enrich your life with literature, poetry, music, and art
Deepen your understanding of Unitarian Universalism
Our goal is to create a beloved community and this will require a qualitative change in our souls as well as a quantitative change in our lives. ~ Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Adult Faith Formation
A variety of spiritual, educational, and arts programs enrich our lives and build community. Programs are held from September through May, with occasional offerings during the summer. Details about upcoming programs can be found on our Upcoming Events page, in UUCR E-Weekly, in the Quest newsletter, and at the Adult Faith Formation information table in Fellowship Hall after the Sunday service.
We offer programs, discussions, and classes on a variety of themes, including:
World Religions - Sacred Texts
Science and Theology
The Arts and Religion
Emerson's Cafe meets on Sunday mornings from 10:15 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in Building 2, Room 24/25. Join us for our mid-morning open conversations. Discussions are focused on explorations of heart and sharing from the spirit around a different spiritual and/or theological concept. Topics are chosen each week in advance, keeping vibrant and warm our connections with our growing community. Come journey with fellow seekers and travelers! Rev. Lynn Strauss, Rev. Rebekah Savage, and Lay Leaders will faciliate on alternate weeks. No sign-up necessary. Contact Rev. Savage for more information.
Join a small group (8-10 people) once or twice a month to explore religious, spiritual, and ethical issues. It's a great way to make new friends on a shared search for meaning and spiritual growth. Each group is led by a team of facilitators trained by Rev. Lynn Strauss and Rev. Rebekah Savage.
Fourth Saturdays, 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Socrates Café gatherings are held around the world for people to exchange ideas and experiences using the Socratic method; embracing the idea what we learn more when we question with others. At UUCR, the coffeehouse-style atmosphere is open to all, with coffee, tea, and light refreshments available. For details, visit UUCR's Socrates Café webpage or www.philosopher.org.
UUCR's Adult Faith Formation program is a collaborative effort. We learn from each other, help one another, and grow together. If you have ideas, expertise, talents, and stories for our programs, let us know! Contact Rev. Rebekah Savage at email@example.com.
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