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Sunday Services: 10:00am

Service Details

Upcoming Service:

The Sermon on the Amount.

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Religious Exploration at the UUCOC

Youth Religious Education

Sunday Morning

10:00 am-11:15 am in the Hope Building
Youth RE takes place during the church service

All ages gather in the Hope Chapel for Kids' Church.
(The Zach Wahls Room)

Everyone then breaks into their age groups for classes

Nursery (Ages 3 & under): Olympia Brown Room
Ages 4-6: Annie Willis Room
Ages 7-12: James Reeb Room
Ages 13-18: Meet in the Henry David Thoreau Room
in the Charity Building

11:15 am-12:15 pm  Youth Service Projects Hour meets in the Hope Building

There's work to do in the Youth Garden for the 4th Saturday UUCOC Veggie Store,
KIVA Micro Lending, on-site service projects & work with local outreach programs.
A willingness to be a part of something bigger brings with it the wisdom of
our 7th Principle: INTERDEPENDENCE.

Talk Back

11:30 am-12:15 pm - Talk Back
Adults are welcome to participate in our "Talk Back" in the Sanctuary after the service.
We join together to check in with each other and discuss our perception and takeaways from the topic of the service.

 

Adult Religious Education

11:15 am-12:15 pm - Adult RE
Adult Religious Education will begin on February 3, 2019. and will be held every Sunday at 11:15 AM to 12:15 PM in the Library. The goal of Adult RE is to educate and assist the adult congregants of UUCOC, and guests, on their spiritual journeys and to strengthen our bonds of community.

Adults are also encouraged to:

Walk the Labyrinth & the Sacred Grounds

Meditate in the Shambhala room of the Charity Building

Enjoy connecting in beloved commUUnity

Our upcoming programs are listed below.

Note that from Feb 10th to March 17th we will be presenting elements of "The New UU." This  program provides important tools to help congregations welcome, orient, and integrate newcomers into their faith communities. The program addresses the needs of newcomers who want to know more about who we are and what we believe. It provides opportunities for members of our congregation to share with newcomers what it means to them to be a Unitarian Universalist. It gives newcomers a chance to examine their own personal stories in the light of our Unitarian Universalist tradition and heritage. It provides a chance for newcomers to the congregation and long-timers to connect. It provides an explicit invitation to become a member.

As one in the Tapestry of Faith series of curricula for adults, “The New UU” weaves Unitarian Universalist values, Principles, and Sources with four strands: spiritual development, ethical development, Unitarian Universalist identity development, and faith development.

And even if you’re not “new” to UU, this course is a wonderful refresher, so we invite you to join us, and share your experience with newer congregants.

From March 31st to May 12th we will be presenting an overview of "The Sevenfold Journey - Reclaiming Mind, Body, and Spirit Through the Chakras." This series of workshops is meant to promote personal growth based on the Hindu Seven Chakra system. Using the book as a guide, we will learn about each of the chakras and how we might use them on our personal journeys. Handouts will be provided, so purchasing the book is not required.

While not strictly necessary, colors do have great significance for each of the chakras. So we encourage everyone to wear a color related to the chakra we’re covering and to bring something of that color to share on the altar we will build each day.

Upcoming Adult RE Programming

No events

 

Nursery

The Nursery, located in the Olympia Brown Room of the Hope Building,
is open for babies & toddlers from 9:45 am - 12:30 pm.



Additional Information

For further information, please contact:

Annie McNamara
Director of Lifespan Religious Education
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