Adult Learning at UU Wellesley is coordinated by the UU Learning Community (UULC). Our charge is to create a program consistent with Unitarian Universalist principles, through which personal growth is fostered and community bonds strengthened. The UULC offers a wide variety of workshops and events led by members, clergy, and friends of our church, as well as outside speakers, who volunteer to share their expertise or interests. The UULC often partners with leaders of our Social Justice initiatives to examine topics of shared concern. Many programs are open to the public.
The UULC welcomes new ideas for Learning while Connecting! Bring yours to our next meeting. Email the church office HERE for more information.
Check the Calendar for additions and/or changes to our schedule.
Thursday, February 15 at 7:00pm in the Chapel
Book Discussion on Racial Justice
Following up on themes explored in the January 7 teach-in on racism, UULC invites you to a discussion of Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption, a 2014 book about a young lawyer’s work to exonerate death-row inmates and the impact of racism on their incarceration. The author, Bryan Stevenson, was a featured speaker at the 2017 UU General Assembly. As a companion book, UULC is also suggesting The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America. This is the chosen text for World of Wellesley’s third annual community read and the author, Richard Rothstein, will be speaking on March 26, 7pm at the Wellesley Community Center.