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.