Our Adult Religious Education Program is dedicated to bringing you courses that deepen your community connection, expand your ethical practices, and engage your curiosity! From classes on Unitarian Universalism, to mass incarceration, to leadership development, the ARE programming team is dedicated to your growth. 

ARE courses are divided into four categories to cater to your interest- curiosity, collaboration, courage, and connection. Click on your interest area below, or scroll down to find our offerings! Subscribe to the Weekly Update for offerings week-to-week.


Drop-In Classes on Sunday Mornings at 10

Learn more and connect with your community in classes spanning UU Theology, World Religions, and urgent World Issues


Leadership Development offered Weekly (time announced soon!)

From effective communication to team recruitment, find greater success in your work and your relationships in the Collaboration Track.


Special Courses as Available

Live our deed-based faith through the pursuit of social justice! These action-based courses educate and empower our community to make an impact.


Special Courses as Available

Find spiritual meaning and enrich your personal relationships in this track dedicated to cognitive-based compassion, empathetic communication, and interfaith spiritual practices.


Every Sunday at 10 in Room 217, back on August 20th.

Express Yourself
Led by Jason Delaney
October 15, 22, and 29 
Join us for three sessions that explore creativity in community. We will start with a discussion session about aesthetic practices within our community and the way in which those expand our capacity for Self discovery. Next, we will be involved in an engaging experience of learning more about what we like and what we are like from within our community. Finally, we will have a chance to hear and to share about our aesthetic practices in this awesome community.
Envisioning a World Beyond Mass Incarceration
Led by the Transforming Incarceration Advocacy and Action Group
November 5, 12, and 19
These three sessions will introduce the congregation to a newly-launched project at UUCA: the Transforming Incarceration Advocacy and Action Group. The series will include an overview of the scope of the problem of mass incarceration in the United States and its intersections with race, poverty, and power. It will also discuss ways to be involved in the movement to end mass incarceration on both a personal and social/community level. Throughout the sessions, the TIAA group will introduce ways in which UUCA and you can be an advocate and volunteer to live our UU values in the realm of the criminal legal system.

Specified Thursdays at 7 in Room 222, back after the winter holidays.

Stay tuned for new offerings!  

Special Courses as Available 

Make a positive impact on our environment! Check out the resources available on our Climate Hub.

Special Courses as Available

Updates coming soon!