The leaves might be withering, but we are actually blossoming at Heritage!
For young people, in-person RE classes are just around the corner — October 10th! It’s never too late to register (go to the RE Registration Form), but we would love to know who to expect so get all of our ducks in a row. Whether that be, getting programming feedback from our middle schoolers, connecting each of our grades 2-6 participants with peer buddies, finding mentors for our Coming-of-Age youth experience, or making sure we have enough experience boxes for our youngest participants!
We are still seeking volunteers, so if you are an artist or a naturalist or have specific outdoor interests or hobbies, we would love to connect with you! You can contact our Director of Lifespan Faith Development, Laci Lee Adams, at:
There are two new Adult Faith Formation offerings – New UU and UU History that will be occurring the first two Wednesdays in November. These are opportunities not just for expanding our knowledge but for deepening our community and connecting through shared learning. New UU will explore what it means to be UU in general and here at Heritage. Although this would be a great experience for frequent visitors and new members, it will also be exciting for folks that might not have grown up UU, felt drawn to this community and would now like to know more about Unitarian Universalism; or for longer term members looking to make new connections. Please reach out to Rev. Bill or Laci if you are interested in joining!
UU History could be a great follow-up to New UU or it could be a great stand-alone experience for any one of us at Heritage. Our history as a singular church or as a denomination is full of interesting characters, pivotal moments, and lessons for us today. Join us on Tuesday, November 30th, as we wade into the waters of our common history.