Adult Religious Education
The Adult Religious Education program at WUU serves adults 18 and over. We strive to provide programs for a lifetime of spiritual growth and deepening.
This year’s programs are listed below. You can also contact the Director of Religious Education, Austen Petersen, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
William & Mary UU Circle
This is our Campus Ministry, led by the WM students, with Austen Petersen serving as their advisor. The UU Circle meets regularly for spiritual development and worship. Facebook Group and Website: http://wmpeople.wm.edu/site/page/unitarian/home
For beginners and experienced meditators, the Colonial Meditation Group is an “interfaith” Buddhist Sangha. This means that we don’t follow one particular teacher or method. It is open to EVERYONE who is interested in joining a practice community. Children and Youth are encouraged to practice with us!
This group is organized by The Lighthouse of Williamsburg using Meetup to draw participants from the wider community. Please join this group for all the information you will need: http://www.meetup.com/Colonial-Buddhist-Meditation-Group
Monday Nights, 7:00pm, Sanctuary
Thursday Mornings, 10am, Sanctuary
The New UU program provides important tools to help congregations welcome, orient, and integrate newcomers into their faith communities. The program addresses the needs of newcomers who want to know more about who we are and what we believe. It provides opportunities for members of your congregation to share with newcomers what it means to them to be a Unitarian Universalist. It gives newcomers a chance to examine their own personal stories in the light of our Unitarian Universalist tradition and heritage. It provides a chance for newcomers to the congregation and long-timers to connect. It provides an explicit invitation to become a member.
Contact leaders of the Community Team: email@example.com