Fellowship Groups nurture connections and explore spirituality within our congregation. Members and Friends deepen existing relationships and make new friends. Participants can learn more about others and themselves by:
- sharing significant topics such as personal understandings of spirituality and Unitarian Universalism
- being respectful and caring leading to greater understanding
- taking part in discussions of major life transitions and other real-life concerns
How Fellowship Groups Work
Each September Members and Friends are invited to make a one year commitment to participate in a small group ministry of six to ten people facilitated by a trained member. Each group chooses its own focus and practices. Groups meet during the day or evening once a month.
- ‘The practice of Small Group Ministry does ask us to suspend judgment long enough to hear respectfully the understandings of others, even those vastly different from our own.’
- Hill, Robert L., The Complete Guide to Small Group Ministry: Saving the World Ten At a Time. Boston: Skinner House Books, 2003.