Where learning never stops.
While worship provides an opportunity to reflect on theological questions and to create a common experience, Second Unitarian also values the importance of individual growth, curiosity and development through adult religious education programs.
When asked what they like about a class, we often see consistent themes among participants’ comments:
“Expand the mind and offer new perspectives.”
“Interaction and discussion with other participants.”
“Great discussions of great topics.”
(Quotes from “Faith Like a River” participants)
Our 2015-2016 courses include Articulating Your Faith, topics about Unitarian Universalist history and spiritual psychology.
For information on or registration for upcoming courses, contact Molly Kliment-Jenkins, our Director of Religious Education. Past courses have included Art and Music as a Spiritual Practice, Build Your Own Theology, Our Whole Lives, Paganism, World Religions, and UU History.