Join Rev. Eric Kaminetzky and the Membership Committee for a series of classes on EUUC and Unitarian Universalism. One class will be offered most months. We suggest classes be taken in order. UU101 and UU102 are required for membership; however all interested in learning are invited to attend.
Newcomers and newish people in our community are welcome to join us for a reception where you will meet members of our community. You can ask questions, and perhaps learn how you might get connected by following your personal interests.
Grab a cup of coffee after the second service and return to Chapman Hall where you will find a small group gathering as the room clears out. Just drop by—there is no need to register.
What is Unitarian Universalism? How does this faith tradition stand out from other religions? This class offers general information about the beliefs and history of Unitarian Universalism. Please register below.
Whereas UU-101 focuses on our Unitarian Universalist faith, this class is about our EUUC congregation. Topics include EUUC's history, Mission, Vision, Covenant of Healthy Relations, governance and stewardship. It also includes information about the many activities at EUUC. Please register below.