A diverse, welcoming community of open hearts and minds since 1948
Participation is open to UUCA members and friends and to the public. Education for adults takes the form of a variety of classes and activities, mostly during the week. Offerings are published in a Fall and Spring publication called the “Program Guide,” as well as flyers advertising these and Summer classes. Topics include such areas as religion and philosophy, personal development, social issues, arts, and excursions. Some classes charge a fee, and classes are often limited in size, so registration for classes in advance is routinely required. The Arlingtarian newsletter and the Sunday morning order of service also includes announcements of courses.
The church community is a place for personal growth and education, spiritual learning and expression, parent education, and support groups for people. If you are interested in joining or leading a class or support group, please inquire.
Covenant Groups (All Ages)
Covenant Groups are small gatherings of 8 to 10 folks who commit to meet at least monthly, are led by a trained facilitator, and help people get to know themselves on a deeper level while strengthening connections to each other. Groups choose the topics for discussion, some following the ministers’ sermon series. A number of Covenant Groups may be inter-generational, with families participating together.
Adult Ed Classes
Parents & Guardians
Learning Groups for Kids
• For kids in elementary through high school grades: Learning Outside The Classroom