Category: Adult Religious Education

About Adult Religious Education

Our Adult Religious Education Committee presents programs designed to motivate and encourage spiritual, intellectual, social justice, or practical transformation in the lives of our members, our friends, and the community. 

Classes may come from UUA or other published curricula, an outside speaker or a member of … read more.

Anti-Racism Work

Thank you to all who participated in our anti-racism instrument!

Over 90% of respondents strongly agreed that it was important for our congregation to work toward a more racially just country and the responses were evenly split between those who were more drawn to mobilizing individuals … read more.

UCF and Racial Justice

Exploring Anti-Racism as a congregation

Over the past two years, some UCF members have been reading, learning, and discussing the concepts and ideas around anti-racism, equity and social justice. In early June, UCF members and friends received a request to complete a brief survey to help … read more.

UCF Hike at Theodore Roosevelt Nature Trail

The happy hikers! Photo by Penny and Mark Hooper who are not in the picture

The morning of Friday, June 18, 2021 was a picture-perfect, almost-summer day at the Crystal Coast, featuring a clear sky, moderate temperatures, low humidity, and a light breeze off the … read more.

“Recognizing and Interrupting Racism” Class

On Saturday, June 12th, ten members and friends gathered at the Sunday School building for a class by Liz Morningstar called “Recognizing and Interrupting Racism”.  The class was interactive with participants sharing information learned in books on racism (and Anti-racism) over the past two years … read more.