Where learning never stops.
While worship provides an opportunity to reflect on theological questions and to create a common experience, Second Unitarian also values the importance of individual growth, curiosity and development through adult religious education programs.
When asked what they like about a class, we often see consistent themes among participants’ comments:
“Expand the mind and offer new perspectives.”
“Interaction and discussion with other participants.”
“Great discussions of great topics.”
(Quotes from “Faith Like a River” participants)
Our 2015-2016 courses include Articulating Your Faith, topics about Unitarian Universalist history and spiritual psychology.
For information on or registration for upcoming courses, contact Molly Kliment-Jenkins, our Director of Religious Education. Past courses have included Art and Music as a Spiritual Practice, Build Your Own Theology, Our Whole Lives, Paganism, World Religions, and UU History.
We also offer ongoing monthly small group ministries such as Writing for Spiritual Growth, Meditation Group, Blackstone Book Club, and the Retirees’ Group. Please refer to our newsletter and church calendar for more information, dates and times.