The work Adult Enrichment Committee is to “develop adult enrichment and education opportunities”.
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Are you searching for a way to feel more connected to others within the church?
Our covenant groups are a wonderful way to connect and gain a better understanding of your own views.
The intention of Covenant Groups at UUCS is open and honest conversation in a setting that encourages respect and builds positive relationships necessary for a healthy congregation. These connections encourage participants in their spiritual growth and help them develop relationships of substance and depth.
The subject matter of discussion is designed to give members an opportunity to share their life experiences. Group members listen to one another, but do not attempt to solve each other’s problems. Each month’s topic is shared by all Groups in the congregation.
Covenant Groups have 6-10 members, meet at a regular time each month for 1½ to 2 hours, and are led by trained lay people. Groups also plan and implement two service projects yearly, one within the church and one for the community.
Within each Covenant Group, members abide by a group covenant, a statement of the relationship of its members to one another. This covenant includes:
- Listening without judgment or interrupting
- Starting and ending on time
- Regular attendance
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This is a long-running group in our church which meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 (6:30 social time) to discuss issues related to humanism, science, politics, and other “secular” subjects. For more information, contact Don M. or Marion T, or see our Humanists page. You may also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org