Perhaps you are you considering membership in the Unitarian Universalist Church of Kent. This Journey of Belonging session explores expectations and benefits of membership. Supporting a community reflects your values and nourishes your soul and can make giving a spiritual act. Learn why membership is important and steps to becoming a member.
Religious Education of our UU Children and Youth Are is a way to nurture our young UU’s on their spiritual journey. Curious about how to support and develop intergenerational relationships? During this session, Colleen Thoele, Director of Religious Education and Amanda Rome, chair of the Religious Education Committee, will discuss these topics and answer questions.
Learn more about this important mission of Unitarian Universalist denomination and the Kent church. Dr. Vivien Sandlund shares how we support a variety of methods of engagement including identifying opportunities for action, facilitating learning and creating pathways for service and growth. This program explores both current Task Groups as well as the history of social justice at the UU Church of Kent.
Our congregation relies on our individual passions, talents, and commitment to fully live our principles. During this session, Rev. Christie Anderson highlights some of the many ways to become involved in the life of the church. Perhaps you’ll discover opportunities that intersect with your passions. Or, perhaps your passion and vision will create new opportunities.
What sets Unitarian Universalism apart from other denominations such as Lutherans or Episcopalians? (Hint: It’s the way we govern ourselves and our denomination.) Rev. Steven Protzman explores how we make decisions about our shared life and work and the role of the Unitarian Universalist Association along with some history that will take us back to the earliest days of this country.
In our second offering of the Journey of Belonging series Rev. Steven Protzman presents on the topic of Worship and Theology. During this session, Rev. Steven talks about what worship means for UUs, what a typical worship service is like, our Unitarian Universalist theology including our Seven Principles and Six Sources of spiritual wisdom, and how we are bound together as a faith in spite of having no doctrine, dogma, or creeds.
This session is participatory with Welcome Team Members sharing their story of how they came to belong to the UU Church of Kent.
Attendees are encouraged to share their own faith journey and what brought them to attend these classes.