Programs are structured and guided group opportunities to delve into meaning making.
- What does it mean to be a Unitarian-Universalist?
- What does theology mean to an atheist or agnostic?
- How do our values guide us in creating a more just and sustainable world?
- How do I relate to spirituality; do I have or want a spiritual practice?
- Can paganism, rationality, and science co-exist?
- What do we need to learn and do to be truly Radically Inclusive?
Growing over our whole Lives
Throughout our Lifespan
Kiersten Moore - she/her/theyDirector of Lifespan Faith Development
Derrick O'Keefe - he/himMembership Outreach Coordinator
There are many ways to connect with people, learn new skills or practise others, and deepen your understanding of Unitarian Universalism. Some events are one-off workshops, others are classes, or groups that form for a period of time, usually 6-weeks up to a year; some are open on a drop-in basis.
Programs are facilitated by members, our Lifespan staff, and our Minister.
We have a wealth of curriculum and facilitation guides to draw upon. As well, members and friends may offer their talents by way of a facilitated group, presentation, or workshop.
Contact Kiersten Moore, our Lifespan Faith Director with questions, suggestions, or to get involved.
See below for what is currently happening.