Adult Programs reflect the Mission of the UUCC: Challenged by our liberating faith, we discover deeper spiritual meaning, nurture loving community, cultivate courageous connections, and partner in the work of justice.
The opportunities below provide avenues into this work and the life of the congregation:
Adult Religious Education and Spiritual Development
The Adult Education & Spiritual Development (ARESD) Team is committed to providing a range of programming that addresses Intersectional Justice themes, Unitarian Universalist identity, and Spirituality in our daily lives. You may click here to access our Current Programming.
If you sing or play an instrument, there are many opportunities for you to get involved in the musical life of the congregation. For information about our Music Program for children, youth and adults, please click here.
Small Group Ministry
A healthy, vital Unitarian Universalist community is made up of people who are deeply connected to the spiritual, intellectual, caring, social, and service aspects of the UU movement and our own congregation. Discovery Circles at the UUCC support these connections through intentional practice. If you would like to find out how to be involved, please click here.
Volunteers are the heart and soul of our collective enterprise. To find out more about the many opportunities to serve our community, please click here.
An Affinity Group is a member-led, special-interest group whose purpose and activities are consistent with the Mission and Ends of the UUCC, including the group’s ability to create bonds among members and provide a safe place for transformative experiences. To see a listing of these groups, please click here.