High Plains Church Unitarian Universalist

Beliefs and History

Below are two programs related to Unitarian Universalist beliefs and history. New to UU is a regular offering but other classes, such as "Tapestry of Faiths" are offered from time to time.

New to UU

Focus: The introductory class for individuals considering joining the church. The class covers some history off Unitarian-Universalist churches, the principles of UU, and expectations for membership.
Format: The class will be held periodically when sufficient numbers of new participants are available. (six sessions).
Frequency: Weekly (evenings or weekends)
Date/Time/Place: HPCUU
Contact: Email the church administrator at office@hpcuu.org

Tapestry of Faith for Adults

Focus:The Tapestry of Faith programs offered through the Unitarian-Universalist Association to nurture Unitarian Universalist identity, spiritual growth, a transforming faith, and vital communities of justice and love. One or more of these will be offered at High Plains Church beginning in the 2014-2015 church year. The topics under consideration include:

  • What We Choose: Ethics for Unitarian Universalists--10 workshops
  • Resistance and Transformation: Unitarian Universalist Social Justice History--16 workshops
  • Faith Like a River: Themes from Unitarian Universalist History--16 workshops
  • Spirit of Life--10 workshops

Format: Small group discussion with reading materials and/or presentation by speaker
Frequency: Weekly
Date/Time/Place: HPCUU
Contact: Email the church administrator at office@hpcuu.org