Sunday School provides a vibrant program for children and youth, relying on volunteers to teach classes. No Experience Necessary! A vast library available through the UUA (Unitarian Universalist Association) provides helpful resources. Our Whole Lives (OWL) is an award-winning sex education and coming-of-age program for older teens, providing a special teaching opportunity. Share some spiritual nourishment with children and learn something too!
Time Commitment: Approximately three Sundays each month during the school year.
Contact: Leslie O’Connor, Director of Faith Formation (Religious Education) email@example.com
Connections/Small Group Ministry recognizes that spiritual practice is enhanced by intentional relationships. UUCWNC offers small group ministry opportunities each year. Groups of 10-12 members meet monthly for meaningful discussions about various topics such as ‘generosity,‘ ‘fear,’ and ‘soul.‘ Membership in these popular groups is closed after the initial enrollment period; confidentiality is a promise upheld. Look for announcements of open enrollment or check with Rev. Cheryl or Leslie O’Connor, Director of Faith formation.
Meeting Times: Usually held on a weekday evening. Daytime meetings are also possible.
Time Commitment: One 90-minute meeting per month over a six to nine month period.
Contact: Leslie O’Connor, Director of Faith Formation, for further information.
Quest invites you join a collective journey of the mind and spirit, honoring the Latin word Quaere which means to search, to seek, and to question. It provides a great opportunity to express your thoughts, feelings and questions about a range of topics while getting to know other participants on a deeper level. The group discussion format welcomes participation. Upcoming topics are announced via email.
Meeting Times: Sundays 9:30-10:30 a.m. in Dobkin hall.
Time Commitment: Come whenever the spirit moves you!
Contact: Heidi Kaufman firstname.lastname@example.org