Adult Spiritual Learning

At Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Binghamton there are a broad range of educational and faith development opportunities for members and friends of the congregation. Classes offer opportunities to explore Unitarian Universalism, as well as deeper theological reflection. Adult programs are updated each fall and spring.

Childcare is available upon advance request.

For more information about any course, contact the office.

Upcoming Events

See the brochure for all the events.  To see what’s happening in calendar format, go to the Events page and select ADULT EDUCATION from the Categories menu.

Ongoing Groups

Friends in Spiritual Practice
DATES: 2nd and 4th Sundays
TIME: 10:30—11:15 am
FACILITATOR: Elena Greene
Exploring mindfulness, impermanence, compassion, and other concepts arising from the Buddhist tradition. Meditation and discussion.

UUCB Poetry Group
DATES: Fourth Monday of each month
TIME: 4:00 – 5:00 pm 
FACILITATOR:  Janet Landow 
Listen, read, or share poems of all kinds.  (Drop-ins welcome)

Small Group Ministry
Small groups meet twice a month for friendship, fellowship, and deep sharing about matters of life, death, beliefs, and faith.

UUCB Young Adult Campfire
DATES:  TBD
TIME:  TBD
CONTACT:  Brin Taylor
Bring a candle and enjoy an evening of sharing and discussion. Participants are invited to bring songs and poems to share.  All Young Adults (ages 18—35) are welcome!

CUUPS
DATES:  2nd and 4th Thursdays
TIME:  7— 9 pm
FACILITATOR: Cassandra May
We seek to enlighten and share our experiences and knowledge with others and to provide a welcoming home for all Earth Centered practitioners and for all UU Centered practitioners.

Zen of Drawing
DATES: Each Sunday
TIME: 12:45
PLACE:  Room 9
FACILITATOR: Warren Thomas
Join other like-minded folks for sketching and drawing. No art experience needed. We learn from each other as we go. 

UUCB Crafting Circle
DATES: 3rd Saturdays
TIME: 2-5 pm
FACILITATOR: Elena Greene
Bring a project you would like to work on or come and see what everyone else is doing.

 

The Adult Programs Committee welcomes your input for future programming.

The committee meets on the 2nd Tuesday evening of each month. Please contact the office for more information if you are interested in joining us.

Leading an Adult Program

If you would like to lead or co-lead an adult program and have been active in our congregation for at least six months please contact the office. 

Plan to attend a facilitator training session if you haven’t led a class in the past, and submit an Adult Program Course Proposal Form by October 30th for the spring semester or April 30th for fall.

Adult Programs Facilitator Policy
Adult Programs Facilitator Packet