At UUCM we believe that life-long learning and growth is an important, intentional process. Therefore Religious Education is for all of us.  It’s about learning how to live our lives as Unitarian Universalists; how to make meaning of the situations we find ourselves in; and how to ground our actions in our principles.

We are excited to offer programs designed for learning and growth as we reshape our truths together.

{cairn image}  For more on our philosophy of life-long learning, you can click to explore the sermon, “Everybody Needs a Rock” or check out one of our life-long learning brochures (Tri-fold life-long learning brochure, Half-fold life-long learning brochure).  Please reach out to our Religious Education Coordinator if you have any questions, concerns, suggestions, or just want to talk about Religious Education:

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Monthly themes

At UUCM we focus on learning together as a community.  As a congregation, we are exploring our faith and beliefs though monthly themes—as we each examine and interact with the ideas, we influence each other’s perceptions and understandings.  In our classes, small group ministry, worship services, social justice activities, etc, we explore the topics together, searching for the “truths” within the themes.

What does it mean to be a community of…

February:  Identity
March:   Risk
April:   Transformation
May:   Embodiment
June:  Zest