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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. 

 
Upcoming Programs

Check the Calendar for additions and/or changes to our schedule.

Sunday, November 12, 2:00 - 4:30 pm, at First Parish in Needham
Green Sanctuary Ministry Team Co-sponsoring Climate Workshop

The Green Sanctuary team invites the congregation to join them for "Give Light: Spiritual Nurture for Climate Activism,” an interactive multi-faith workshop, on Sunday, November 12, 2:00 - 4:30 pm, at First Parish in Needham, 23 Dedham Ave. UU minister, singer, and veteran climate activist Rev. Fred Small will focus on how we convert informed anxiety into effective action in these disheartening times of climate disruption. The workshop includes meditation, reflection, conversation, and song to strengthen our spirits in the struggle for climate justice. We’ll also hear inspiring stories to illustrate how all of us can make a difference. Co-sponsored by the UU Wellesley Green Sanctuary team and six other Metrowest houses of worship. 

Parking is available behind First Parish in Needham. Light refreshments will be available immediately beforehand at 1:45 pm. Registration is free, with a suggested donation of $10 at the event. Please register at: 

 

Sunday, December 10 at 12:00pm in the Chapel
Lives that Speak and Deeds that Beckon

Join John Nichols for a Q&A about his book Lives that Speak and Deeds that Beckon: A History of the Unitarian Society of Wellesley Hills.  John will highlight stories from which we can draw lessons about the Ministerial Search process.  Knowing who we have been will help us define who we want to be, a congregational goal for the year.