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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 to be held on Thursday, August 24 at 9:30am in Rice House.  Email the church office HERE for more information. 

Upcoming Programs

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


Friday, September 8 at 6:30pm in the Chapel
Welcome Back Potluck

The whole family is invited to bring a dish to share.  Meet our new Acting Religious Education Director, reconnect with old friends, and make new friends!  Appetizers will begin in the Chapel at 6:30pm with dinner in Parish Hall at 7:00pm.  To sign up, check to make sure you have already signed up and selected what food to share, or make changes, click HERE.  We hope to see you all there!

Sunday, September 17 at 12:00pm in the Chapel
An Introduction to Judaism

As the Jewish High Holidays approach, join UULC Chair, Naomi Cameron and Temple Beth Elohim member Eric Rosen for a primer on Jewish belief, practice, and liturgical year.  Learn why a former UUSWH minister said that Unitarian Universalism is more like Reform Judaism than anything else, despite differences in language and worship style.

Thursday, October 12 at 7:00pm in the Chapel
A Journey From Your Backyard to Global Warming: What does local have to do with global?
Our 7th Principle tells us to respect the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part.  This presentation will focus on what you can learn from a walk in your yard that connects what you’ve seen to explanations of why the Earth is warming.  Trust us, it’s not fake news . . .