Lifelong learning is an act of reverence for our congregation.
Whether it be in the Sunday morning Preschool class as children learn about our seven principles and purposes or in a gathering of adults during an evening learning concerned with the causes of and solutions to Global Warming, learning for us is the means to deeper reasoning, meaningful living, and inspired action.
We are most active learning on Sunday mornings in our worship services and our religious education program for children. We offer age appropriate lessons on our Unitarian Universalist history and beliefs, the wisdom of world faith tradtions, and issues both important and urgent in our children's lives. We both nurture our children's thoughts and feelings and challenge them to grow in new ways.
No matter how young or old, we believe that learning is sacred when it leads to critical thinking, compassionate action, and deep spiritual living.