When: First and Third Tuesdays, 9-11am; begins January 16 in the Lower Meetinghouse
UU Wellspring is a spiritual deepening course for Unitarian Universalists. It is a program that explores how the foundations of our faith support us throughout our life. It offers an opportunity to connect deeply to your UU values and suggests techniques to ground your social action in spiritual practice. It provides a group of supportive seekers to share in your journey.
The UU Wellspring program has five components:
1. Daily spiritual practice
2. Small group connections
3. Connection with a spiritual companion
4. Deeper knowledge of UU history and theology through reading and responding to pre-session assignments
5. Reflection and commitment to living our values in the world
The first program in the series is Our UU Sources. This is the prerequisite for all other years of UU Wellspring. Sources offers participants an opportunity for reflection around two key areas: Unitarian Universalist history and theology, and the “big questions” that are central to our Unitarian Universalist faith, including human nature, death, joy, and forgiveness.
The Sources program will be running for the 2024 calendar year, with a break in July and August. We begin on January 16. Register by January 2 HERE.
Questions? Contact Julie Parker Amery, Director of Faith Formation and Spiritual Exploration, at email@example.com.