This covenant group will explore deeper aspects of femininity.
Covenant Groups are a vital part of our congregational life. Groups of 10-12 people meet regularly, usually monthly, to reflect on and discuss significant life topics.
Covenant Groups are great places to get to know other people and yourself. Over time, participants build deep connections with one another, with the congregation, and with the holy.
Regardless of the topic, the conversation is respectful and caring and leads to greater understanding. Each session is facilitated by a member of the congregation. Participants have the opportunity to share their perspectives, tell their stories, and listen deeply. Groups begin and end with centering readings and often include times for quiet reflection as well as sharing.
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For more information on any of our Covenant Groups, please contact our Covenant Group Program Coordinator Laura Wilson.
Seeking New Covenant Group Facilitators
Covenant groups are a form of small group ministry and connection. About 8-12 people meet regularly to develop relationships, discuss the monthly themes, and find common areas of interest. These groups are open to members and visitors alike. You can find a list of our current groups here.
Have you participated in a covenant group and found it to be a positive experience? Or, are you looking for ways to serve our congregation by connecting deeply with others? If so, maybe covenant group leadership is something you might consider. Facilitators receive initial training, ongoing support, and monthly thematic resources. If you are interested in learning more about facilitating (or co-facilitating) a covenant group, or learning about how to connect with an existing group, please contact Laura Wilson at email@example.com.
Each month, we write a reflection based on the congregational theme.
Discussing what is important in our lives with spirit, depth, and humor in a confidential environment.
Connecting to our global community through cuisine.
Connection through the creation and discussion of visual arts.
Sharing our love of poetry with others.
For those new to UUCM in the past few years.