Adult Religious Education & Enrichment Opportunities


Classes and Workshops:

UU Identity: A Virtual Summer “Boot Camp”
Rev. Ritchie will be offering an exciting new virtual learning opportunity this summer. “UU Identity: A Virtual Summer Boot Camp” will meet for an hour and a half virtually twice a month in June, July, and August (the exact day and time will be coordinated with the schedules of those registering for the class). This course is intended to be an in-depth treatment of topics intended to develop and enhance Unitarian Universalist identity. We’ll cover our history, our polity (how we organize authority), our theology, and explore the basis of our commitments to social action. Participants can expect to spend two to three hours between each class session watching some video presentations and doing some reading (all of which will be provided online). While this course is geared towards adults, young people interested in serious engagement are most welcome. To register, write by Sunday, June 7, at 2:00PM.  Classes will meet virtually using ZOOM video teleconferencing. Not used to zoom? No worries, we will provide assistance.

New to NUUC: A Virtual Gathering and Conversation with Rev. Ritchie

Are you relatively new to NUUC?  Are you interested in deepening your connection to the congregation, whether through membership or greater participation?  Or perhaps, you just have some questions about the congregation and/or Unitarian Universalism.  Join Rev. Ritchie on ZOOM on Sunday, May 31, from Noon to 1:30 PM for casual conversation about the congregation, and your interests and needs.  Please consider attending even if you do not live close to NUUC; whatever the future holds for our face to face gatherings, we are determined to continue to invite and cultivate as much remote participation as possible.  Zoom Connection Information, click here.  

Soul Matters Small Covenant Groups

Soul Matters Small Groups invite people to deepen their connection to self, others, and spirit, through regular monthly meetings, reflection and spiritual practice. Soul Matters Small Groups consist of 6-8 people, one of whom acts as facilitator, who meet once a month for one and a half hours. Like covenant groups, group meetings provide opportunity for personal check-ins, with the additional of a mutual exploration of a monthly theme. We currently have three soul matters groups meeting through ZOOM video conferencing.   Email if you are interested in joining. 

Women’s Group. NUUC’s Women’s Group welcomes anyone identifying as a woman.  There will be some virtual meetings while face to face operations are suspending.   Contact Marty Keith for information:


Brown Bag Books meets on the third Tuesday of each month at noon at the in the Fellowship Hall.