Adult Faith Formation

Faith, Connection, and Practice: Deepening Our Spiritual Journey

Come deepen your journey of life-long learning and meaning-making. Our faith community offers many ways for newcomers, long-time Unitarian Universalists, and everyone in between to explore, reflect, and grow.

In our life-long journeys of spirit and learning we aim to:

  • connect with others to share our lives and build beloved community
  • develop our faith through theological and spiritual discernment
  • work toward justice by practicing love and challenging oppression and injustice

Classes and Learning Groups

  • UU 101 – New to UU? Or want to learn more about our principles and practices?
  • UU History – Learn about our faith’s history, notable elders, social movements
  • Creating Theology Together – Define your personal beliefs in community with others
  • Sunday Explorations – Explore dimensions of faith and justice – Sundays at 10
  • Spiritual Practices – Learn ways to sustain and deepen your spiritual
  • Theological Journeys – Join worship leader sessions on our shared faith journeys
  • Elevator Speech –If you’re asked “What is a UU?” what do you say? Figure it out, with others.

Spiritual Reflection and Connecting With Others

  • Covenant Groups – Small groups for deep listening and deep sharing twice a month
  • Wisdom Circle – Monthly potluck brunch & conversation on select topics of special interest
  • Sunday Sermon Chats – After the 11:00 am service, talk with others about the sermon
  • Vespers – Music, poetry, and spiritual reflection, Wednesday evenings on Zoom
  • Covenant of UU Pagans – Join in seasonal celebrations and rituals

Social Justice Action and Community Connection

  • Social Justice – Earth Web, Social Justice Council, Economic Justice, Immigrant Justice, UU the Vote, Widening the Circle, and more!
  • Volunteer – ESL and Citizenship, Family Promise (for unhoused families), Food Pantry, Sunday volunteers, more
  • Community Networks – ABQ FaithWorks, NM Interfaith Power & Light, ABQ Interfaith