Explore the UU history and principles each fall and spring in a series of three classes led by Rev. Barnaby Feder and Marjorie Carsen.

Summer Adult Religious Education opportunity: This fall, Rev. Barnaby will be teaching an adult religious education class called The Five Questions online to incarcerated UU’s through the UU Church of the Larger Fellowship. The five questions are:

What does it mean to be human?

How do I know what I know?

Who or what is in charge?

What is my purpose in life?

What is the meaning of death?

Rev. Barnaby is looking for congregants interested in these questions to do the course with him this summer and help him figure out how to make it work well for people in prison. The first of the six sessions of the summer class will meet Thursday, June 14, 7 pm in the Fenn House Chapel. Want to do this with a friend who doesn’t attend CVUUS? Feel free to invite them to come along. We will set the meeting times for the next five classes, which will be in July and August, at the June 14 meeting. You don’t need to attend every class but it’s important to get to the first one if you are interested in this course.

Contact Poppy Rees for information about other upcoming adult education opportunities.

Reading about Unitarian Universalism

Reading Lists include books about UUism, Transcendentalism, and other spiritual topics. Many books are available from the CVUUS Library.