All programs run from 10:15 to 11:15am, and all programs are drop-in friendly.
Our three options for adult religious education on Sunday mornings continue in three venues: the Hiett Library, Room 9, and Room 18.
We continue this successful program. The first regular Sunday of each month will focus on the religion designated for that month. Both the worship service and children's religious education will have the same focus. The second or third Sunday of the month will be a Newcomer Orientation Session. Remaining Sundays will be used as needed for various offerings, including: Share-the-Plate topics, Immigration sessions, sample sessions of upcoming evening classes, the Best of UUU, and special opportunities that may arise. If you have special sessions you would like to share with our congregation, please send them to
April 1 Judaism and Compassion
This morning, we continue our exploration of compassion through the lens of world religions with a look at Judaism.
April 8 [Easter] TBD (Watch for info in the weekly eblast.)
April 15 Lake Apopka Farmworker Memorial Quilts
This morning all three adult tracks come together in the Hiett Library as we learn more about our neighbors whose efforts bring food to our tables. We are joined by the Farmworker Association of Florida as they share their Lake Apopka Farmworker Memorial Quilt project with us.
April 22 Newcomer Orientation
Are you a newcomer to our church? Come meet our minister, Rev. Kathy Schmitz, learn more about Unitarian Universalism, and get answers to any questions you may have.
April 29 TBD (Watch for info in the weekly eblast.)
"Spirit in Practice" from a green lens. This "drop in friendly" class is designed to help students make more thoughtful decisions how they put their spirituality into practice. You can download the entire series at: http://www.uua.org/re/tapestry/adults/practice/index.shtml.
April 1 Workshop 8: Life Practices
April 8 no class [Easter]
April 15 Special Class -- Apopka Farmworker Memorial Quilt Project (in the Hiett Library)
Apr 22 Workshop 9: Justice Practices
April 29 Workshop 10: Looking Back and Moving Forward
This track encourages interaction between participants and was inspired by a desire to create a space for folks attending the two different services to be together. All programs welcome new participants who have not previously attended.
April 1 Spirit of Life Program: Workshop 7: Roots Hold Me Close: Tradition, Teachers, and Spiritual Formation.
Each first Sunday, we use materials from this UUA created program that seeks to bring meaning, beauty, inclusivity, and growth to Unitarian Universalist adults as they deepen their spiritual awareness and connections.
April 8 Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life: The Seventh Step: How Little We Know.
Each second Sunday, we focus on one of the steps described in Karen Armstrong's book, Twelve Steps to a Compassionate Life.
April 15 Community-Building Tools
This month we build community by getting to our neighbors in the Farmworker Association of Florida as they share their Lake Apopka Farmworker Memorial Quilt project with us. All three adult education tracks will gather together in the Hiett Library.
April 22 Spiritual Literacy
Each fourth Sunday, we show a video discussion series that uses short films to prompt discussion on a variety of topics.
April 29 The Way Forward
As we near the end of our first program year in the Community Room, let's talk about hopes and dreams for next year. As we begin formulating plans, what would you like to learn, practice, or experience in this space in the coming year? Come chat with Mary Murphy and Rev. Kathy about the next steps on our journey together.