In Unitarian Universalist communities like ours, lifelong learning happens in many ways.
Workshops and Seminars
One of ways our community supports lifelong learning is with the help programs directed to particular areas of concern or interest. Recently we have offered workshops on interrupting racial microaggressions. We’ve also presented workshops about working through many of the choices and questions facing those at the end of our physical lives. We are always eager to learn about topics of concern or interest from our members and friends. You can email Rev. T. J. with ideas or questions at email@example.com.
Path To Engagement Conversations
On the third Sunday of most months, Rev. T. J. will lead a Path To Engagement conversation for those interested in learning more about our community, about Unitarian Universalism, or about how to become a part of our wonderful community. If you have any questions about this program, please email Rev. T. J. directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JUBILEE Anti-Racism Training
Under the guidance and care of renowned trainer and innovator Paula Cole Jones, our community regularly offers weekend-long trainings and learning experiences to help to develop anti-racist identities and to work to interrupt and counter forces of oppression in our society. Click here for more information about this important, life-changing training.
A powerful way to deepen our understanding is to deepen the way we listen to one another. Chalice Circles are neighborhood-based small groups where we meet to listen and share on many topics. Click here for more information.
Family Night Chalice Circles
1st and 3rd Saturdays of every month at the church (2500 Pali Highway) with potluck at 5:30. Childcare is always available. Email RE@unitariansofhi.org for more information.