Adult Religious Education

Notes on Congregational Life

by Ana DelCorazon, Congregational Life Coordinator
congregationallife@uucwc.org

I haven’t had the opportunity to meet as many of you in person as I’d like to (yet), since I’ve only been a member of UUCWC for eight months and have attended for over a year. However, I’ve been … read more.

Open to You!

by Ana DelCorazon, Membership Volunteer Coordinator
congregationallife@uucwc.org

If you’ve been to church lately, you may have noticed some changes in the lobby. For example, the Greeter/Welcome Desk has been moved from the left to the right-hand side of the doors, angled off the nursery. The … read more.

Taking Root This Fall in Adult Religious Education

by Susan Colket, ARE Ministry Team Chair

What if this fall, traditionally the harvest time, we begin to put down roots? Our congregation is fertile ground. We’re being called to take root here; to take root now. What’s this connection between roots and our community?

Roots take … read more.

Upcoming Adult Religious Education’s Fall Programs

In ARE, we find connection within our growing congregation as we nourish our mind, heart and soul.  Available to adults of all ages, the Adult Religious Education ministry has five programs starting this Fall. Learn about and register for one of our programs.  Detailed course … read more.

Coming into Connection (Coming of Age for Adults)

The Coming of Age (COA) curriculum helps youth: discern for themselves what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist, individually and as part of the larger faith community; act on personal beliefs and values; and recognize and honor the movement of a youth from childhood … read more.