This February, the second Coming Into Connection begins.  Its purpose is:

  • Connecting both new and old members
  • Building relationships (between generations)
  • Deepening our Unitarian Universalist identity

Created by Reverend Kim and Robin Pugh, Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Coming Into Connection was inspired by our beloved Coming of Age (COA) curriculum offered to our youth every other year.  Until last fall nothing similar existed for the adults in our congregation.  Now it does.

Beginning Sunday, February 25 the program runs through Sunday, June 10. 

There are eight parts to the curriculum, three all-participant Sunday sessions, Feb. 25, Mar. 25 (from 12:30 – 2:30) and Jun 10 (from 11:30-1:30). 

The additional five sessions happen at your convenience, with an assigned partner, between the February 25 kickoff and the final session on June 10.

At the kickoff, participants will be introduced to their partners and begin getting to know one another.  Together they’ll plan how to move through the curriculum.  Partnerships are created between new and long time members OR between members of different ages.

The curriculum explores deep questions including:  theology, death, UU history, spiritual practice, and more.  Readings, resources, and reflection questions  are provided supporting each topic and help in reflecting, talking, and connecting.

Everyone is welcomed and encouraged to participate!

Pre-registration is needed by Wednesday, Feb 21st (close of day).

You may register in either of three ways:

  1. online
  2. download and email or bring this form to the church office                    (see instructions at the ARE registration procedure
  3. using the forms at the ARE Bulletin Board outside the church office (see instructions at ARE registration procedure)

Again, your registration is needed by Wed. Feb 21st.  Thank you!

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