The Learning Journey offers adult faith exploration and development classes and forums throughout the year led by experienced facilitators. If you wish to suggest or teach a class, please contact our Learning Journey chair, Tanya Webster at

There is no charge for classes, open to ages 16+ unless noted or otherwise arranged with the instructor. Childcare is available for classes; Please request at least one week before the first class to arrange.

Upcoming Learning Journey Classes & Events

  • Living the Interdependent Web, classes start Sep 15

    8 Saturdays, 10:00 am – 12:00 noon
    Sep 15, 22, 29; Oct 6, 13, 27; Nov 3 & 17

    Join Gretchen Woods and Ellie Kilpatrick for this enlightening Learning Journey series about the Seven Principles that are a cornerstone of our covenanted faith. All UUs, including each of us, agree to live by these core principles and they are what connect us. Can you list the Seven Principles all off the top of your head? What again have you agreed to live by? How do they shape our shared journey? What do they mean to you? Do you focus on one or some of them in your personal beliefs?

    Come learn in community, and explore your personal beliefs.

    Registration is not required for this class but is appreciated for planning, walk-ins also welcome. Childcare is available; Please make requests at least one week prior to date needed.  No class the weekends of the Silent Auction and the Annual Retreat.


  • Summer Class! Parables for Modern Times, Starts Jun 30


    Join Ellie as we read and discuss parables from different traditions, and how to understand them in today’s landscape. We will also learn to write our own parables and sacred lessons that connect with the world we live in.  Registration appreciated, drop-ins welcome.
    4 Saturdays, 10:00 am-12:00 noon
    June 30 & July 7, 14, 21 (2018)
  • Class Announcement: Earthwalking

    4 Saturdays – May 19 & 26, June 2 & 9

    10:00 am to 2:00 pm

    Sponsored by The Learning Journey

    Sessions will include:

    – Nature as Teacher: Putting Aside the Critical Mind

    – Into The Silence: Defining Sacred Space

    – Connecting to the Web of Life and Spirit of Place

    – The Art and Science of Becoming: Mind Expansion Technique

    Classes are taught by Richard Bey and will start at UUFRC and end at the park. Please bring your own lunch. There is a suggested donation of $10 to $25 for each session. No one turned away for lack of funds.  25% of donations will go to the Fellowship.


    Registration is required and space is limited for this series. Please note: Because of limited class space, form submission does not indicate you are registered. Richard Bey will call you to confirm space is still available and that you are enrolled.

    To indicate interest, fill out the form at: