One of the first steps to make UUCUC your church home is to build your church family, and our varied small groups are one way to establish those deeper, more personal connections. Some, such as our Bridge Group, are based on a common interest, and others, like the Young Adults, are based on demographics, but they are all active, friendly, and eager to welcome a new member!
Make music and make your voice heard! Build community through the power of song during church services. Led by Music Director Matthew Sheppard at email@example.com.
Adult Discussion Group
Join members openly and informally discussing a wide range of topics of mutual interest as part of our religious experience. Newcomers are always welcome. Led by Chuck Cooper at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any one is welcome from “beginner” to “gee whiz, you're good!” We play to get the maximum fun out of the game. Contact Barbara Mann at email@example.com.
Join fellow 5th graders and younger to make music for the church! All boys and girls are welcome to participate. Led by Dana Antonelli: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conscious Foodies: Environmental Stewardship through Eating Well!
Herbivores, omnivores, and betweeners, explore environmental consequences of our food choices. Share information resources, recipes, and ideas through the “Conscious Foodie” facebook page, and enjoy occasional “meet-up” meals at local restaurants. Led by Jean Peters: email@example.com
Death with Dignity Group
Do you like to discuss books featuring strong women characters or addressing issues of importance to women? Then please drop by for a meeting of the FBG! Contact Karen Folk at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Gastronomical (Gastro) Society
Gastro meets monthly to enjoy potluck style dinners that cover every theme imaginable. Contact email@example.com for details.
Gather in the YRUU room every Sunday morning for a time of quite meditation led by Marie McEnroe. This group gathers for quiet meditation using the practices of Mindfulness as a way to focus on the now and everyday.
UU Retirement Group
A group for conversation about experiences in retirement or in preparation for retirement. Please join us! For questions, contact the coordinator, David Gross.
World Religions Book Group
Young Adults Group
Socialize and participate in discussions with those between ages 18 to 35. Discussion topics range from addiction to coping with holiday stress, while past activities include a Japanese Tea Ceremony and a kayaking trip. To join, contact leader Amanda Owings at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No previous experience is required, and all youth from 6th through 12th grade are invited to participate. Contact email@example.com.