Adult Religious Education Programs



Soul Matters

Third Wednesday evenings, 6:30 – 8:00 at the Church: This is a safe, facilitated discussion of our monthly worship themes and the responses evoked in participants by theme-related questions.

Soul Matters in Bisbee at the Community Y, the Fourth Monday from 7:00 to 8:30:  The Community Y is located on Howell north of the Copper Queen Hotel.


First Sunday of the Month Sermon/Service Discussions

Meet in the sanctuary 15 min. after the end of the service to share your responses to the day’s message.


UU Common Read #2

Sundays, March 18 & 25, Noon – 1:30

Facilitators: Heather Borman & Sharon Travis

Daring Democracy: Igniting Power, Meaning, and Connection

for the America We Want

by Frances Moore Lappé and Adam Eichen

Books on sale for $15 at SIUUC or order from InSpirit Books

Bring a sack lunch or make a $ donation for coffee hour snacks.


The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

Saturday, March 10, 10am – Noon

Facilitator: Rev. Linda Lawrence

Michelle Alexander’s important book examines the “war on drugs”, racism, and the disproportionate results of mass incarceration of poor and especially Black people.  A former UU Common Read, this book has been chosen to further our understanding of this year’s reemphasis of the Unitarian Universalist initiative to identify and understand white privilege and work to end racism.  Books will soon be on sale at the church.


An Introduction to Nonviolent (Compassionate) Communication

Lorraine Groberg and David Weigel will share some of the basics of this very important way of communicating that is especially helpful when dealing with disagreement or conflict.  Dave and Lorraine, along with Sharon Travis, Heather Borman, and Amy Carter attended a two day training in January and all came away feeling that it was time well spent.  Watch for announcements of the April date of this workshop.  You won’t want to miss it!