Do You Want to Know More About Us?

“Come, Come, Whoever You Are” is for visitors, newcomers, and long-term members who would like to know more about Unitarian Universalism (UU) and our Fellowship. This Adult Education series is sponsored by UUFA’s Membership and Adult Education teams. The series title and each session are named after a familiar UU hymn.

“Come, Come” will meet at on Sunday at 12 Noon, for about 1 hour, in the Heritage Room (formerly known as the Sofa Room). It includes a series of seven conversational sessions. You are welcome to participate in the sessions as you’re able. Although there is no pressure to attend all sessions, we hope you will. If you miss a session, you can attend when the series is repeated.

Winter Session: Sunday, February 9, continuing for 7 weeks each Sunday at 12 noon in the Heritage Room.

Meet new people and get to know the UU Fellowship better by attending one, some, or all of the following sessions:

February 9: “Where Do We Come From?” (Learn about UU history, principles & purposes)

February 16: “Here We Are Gathered” (What we do when we gather on Sunday morning)

February 23: “Wake Now My Senses” (How we do religious exploration)

March 1: “We Laugh, We Cry” (How we get to know one another and make connections)

March 8: “Building a New Way” (How we make the world a better place for all to live)

March 15: ”Filled with Loving Kindness” (How we take care of one another)

March 22: “Gathered Here” (What it means to be a member and how we organize UUFA)

Please look for another brochure about this series of discussions on the Ways to Engage table for more information.

For more information about this program, contact Vivian Sellers at