Groups & Classes
Join the Playing with Ideas group in the Anthony Room or via Zoom every Sunday 9:30-10:45 a.m. In this group meeting we are actively engaged in discussions of many varied topics such as what’s happening in our world in terms of our daily lives and national and local current events. Topics of discussion also include science, history, religion and sometimes literature. Participants may present prepared or researched information or share a recent book they have read. You may just listen…
Spiritual Studies meets every Sunday morning from 9:30 am to 10:45 am. We have a fun time discussing various perspectives on Spiritual and Personal Growth. We also share what is going on in our lives along with our personal strategies and Spiritual practices for surviving and thriving in this world. This is a drop in discussion group. No commitment or prep required. All voices are equal.
The First Monday Daytime Book Club is open to all members and friends of UUCJ and would welcome new faces. If you are interested in attending the next meeting please email Barbara Robinson at to be added to the mailing list.
UUCJ Women of All Ages meet via Zoom on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month at 6:30 pm. All UUCJ women are invited. To receive an invitation, email your name, email address, and phone number to Joyce Milford () with the title “UUCJ Women.”
Join this casual book club to talk about what you’re reading and share conversations with other avid readers! Allen Tilley facilitates the group and participants discuss the books that interest them. What are you reading? Fiction, history, politics, poetry, humor? Share your current favorite and discover a new one! If you’re interested in joining, you can find the Zoom link on the Breeze calendar (you need a member login to access).
UU 201:Ethics for Unitarian Universalists, is a new course sponsored by the Adult Religious Education Team (ARET) that addresses the question “How do Unitarian Universalists deal with ethical and moral dilemmas in the absence of religious orthodoxy or holy books?” This course is based on UUA’s A Tapestry of Faith Program for Adults, and is designed to introduce the philosophical framework of eight different schools of ethical thought as a way to engage participants in exploring and expanding their understanding…