Adult Education

Our goal at UUFRC is to offer lifespan education that promotes continued spiritual, ethical and faith development, as well as a deeper understanding of Unitarian Universalist identity and values. We hold classes and forums throughout the year led by experienced facilitators.  If you wish to suggest or teach a class, please contact our Adult Ed Coordinator, Tanya Webster. There are no fees for any of these programs.

Upcoming Classes:


Sunday, November 19th, 12:00 noon – 2 pm in the Sanctuary

This class will help you gain a deeper understanding of our Fellowship, including what is important to us and how we live our values here and in the wider world. We’ll discuss how to get involved, and why, how we communicate, our governance structure and what it means to be a member. This class is also a requirement to become a member of the Fellowship.

Please RSVP to our Connections Coordinator, Cindy Johnson, at: by November 10th. A light lunch will be served and childcare is available if you let us know by 11/9.



Join us for the next UUFRC Intersession, a brief series of adult classes focused on strengthening our personal understanding and practices of Unitarian Universalism. Come strengthen your personal journey in a warm, supportive community. Open to members, friends and guests. Ages 15+. Coming soon; Check back for registration info!

Chalice by John Cooley


Spirit of Life classes offer participants space, time and community to explore their UU spirituality. Part of the UUA’s Tapestry of Faith programming, each session focuses on a different aspect of the spiritual life, and is designed to be welcoming of many spiritual and theological persuasions. UUFRC topics include: Exploring UU Spirituality; Celebrations and Rituals; Caring For One Another; Nature and Spirit, and more.