Exploring UU at Thoreau-Richmond
Thoreau campus will be offering “Inquirers Series: Exploring Unitarian Universalism” workshop series once a month after service, from 12:15 to 1:15 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend any or all of the workshops. Come with your questions, personal experiences, and open mind!
Each workshop covers a different topic, and is especially designed to acquaint newcomers to Unitarian Universalism, First UU Church, and the meaning of membership. But even seasoned members will enjoy the engaging activities, getting to know others and deepening their connection to our faith and community.
December – Exploring UU will be on hiatus for the month of December. Please participate in our holiday programming!
Jan 19 – Social justice and community projects at Thoreau Campus. Our special guest will be Valerie Tolman.
Feb 23 – Religious Education at Thoreau Campus. Our special guest will be Alex Keimig.
March 22 – The meaning of membership and getting connected at First UU (required workshop if you wish to join and vote at the annual meeting in June)
April 19 – The history of UU and how we practice our faith now
May 24 – Congregational polity and First UU governance
Monthly workshops will continue during the Summer if there is interest.
Newcomers should attend the Membership workshop or have a conversation with a member of the Path to Membership Team before deciding to become a member.