At the Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder, deepening faith means that we develop as meaning-makers. Faith is not about accepting impossible ideas. Rather, it is about embracing life’s possibilities and making meaning of our experiences and the universe. Faith is practiced in relationship with others — it has personal dimensions, but it is best supported by a community of shared symbols, stories, values, and meaning.
One way we deepen faith is through religious exploration and education. The Unitarian Universalist educational philosophy does not impose doctrines. Our way is to offer experiences where everyone can safely and honestly make meaning using processes that include reason, experience, and love. These opportunities are offered for children, youth, young adults, adults, and older adults. They may incorporate spiritual practice, deep listening, social justice activities, service trips, worship opportunities, fellowship, and fun.
The Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder offers classes and workshops for adults to explore their religious identities and engage with spiritual topics. Each year, there are two “semesters” –
Fall: September 15 – November 15
Spring: February 15 – April 30.
There are three paths you can follow: Deepening Faith, Living Well, Enacting Justice. Details about courses can be found on our Events Page.
Fall 2019 schedule coming soon!