UUCM, the UU Church of Nashua, and the UU Church of Manchester are sharing our Lifespan Faith Formation programs, which are designed to encourage spiritual growth and a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Below is a list of offerings coming up soon, followed by a list of other ongoing programs. You can always check the UUCM Calendar (click on individual events to read details) and weekly e-news for information on upcoming offerings.
Check out a variety of events in all three locations. Most are Drop In, but you must register for some by contacting the host church.
Click here to download the Faith Formation Brochure.
Thursday, May 11 – June 8, 7-9pm, Nashua (Register https://goo.gl/forms/J4JScSEXuuK4v7Uh2)
Cakes For The Queen of Heaven
“Cakes” is a feminist thealogy program that explores women’s religious history and examines pre-Judeo Christian cultures that may have worshipped the female as divine. Follow the registration link for a complete description.
Saturday, May 20 9:00am-10:30am, Milford
“White Privilege – Let’s Talk”
Discussion program invites people to engage in safe, meaningful, substantive, and bold conversations on race.
Sundays, 7-9:45am, Manchester
Buddhist Study/Practice 7am Yoga; 8am Silent meditation, 9am Teachings
Sundays, 4-5:30pm, Milford
Kundalini Yoga – Kundalini Yoga Coop All levels. $12-$15 sliding scale/class. No one turned away for lack of funds.
Tuesdays, 6–7:30pm, Milford
Souhegan Valley Insight Meditation Group Instructions in sitting/walking meditation, brief talk. All levels. Offered on “dana” (donation) basis.
Wednesdays, 7-9pm, Nashua
Buddhist Meditation Instruction provided. On alternate weeks, the leaders give “dharma talks” on Tibetan Buddhism philosophy.
Fridays, 6:45-8:15pm (Register www.meetup.com/manchester-buddhism-sangha/ )
Buddhist Teachings & Practice Silent meditation, dharma teaching. All levels.
1st Sundays, 11:30-12:30pm Nashua
Deeper than Coffee
After worship services, join us for an hour of reflection and deepening of your worship service experience. A great way to make connections.
3rd Sundays, 2-4pm, Nashua
UU Friends Book Discussion Group
Eclectic reading list that has included historical fiction and nonfiction, memoir, classic literature, self-help books, and popular titles.
1st & 3rd Sundays, 7–9pm, Nashua
Young Adult Group
Adults aged 18 to 35 gather for community, connection and spiritual growth.
2nd & 4th Sundays, 5-7pm, Manchester
Transgender Group Support group for anyone who identifies as transgender
1st Tuesdays, 7-9pm, Nashua
Ideas to Deepen Your Faith Based on the theme of the month, participants will watch one of the many talks presented through the TED Network, followed by reflection and sharing.
2nd Tuesdays, 7-9pm, Nashua
Join us each month for an introduction to a variety of experiences and disciplines including tantric dancing , drumming, singing/chanting, art therapy, and MORE!
3rd Tuesdays, 11:30-1:00pm, Nashua
Rowley Discussion Group
Connect our rich history of Humanistic exploration with our future by discussing a sermon by Rev. Don Rowley, minister of the Nashua church, 1958–1987.
3rd Tuesdays, 7-9pm, Nashua
Soul Matters in the World
Join Rev. Allison to learn about a different World Reli-gions through the lens of our monthly theme. We’ll talk about the basics of each religious tradition, then explore the way our theme fits into that tradition’s
beliefs and practices.
4th Tuesdays, 7-9pm, Nashua
Life’s Issues through Great Literature
Each book has been carefully selected to help readers delve more deeply into each month’s theme.
1st Thursdays, 7-9pm Nashua
Color My World
A meditative and colorful spiritual practice where we join together in a contemplative setting. Bring your own supplies or enjoy materials provided.
1st Thursdays, 7pm, Manchester
The Humanist movement has long been part of the Unitarian Universalist tradition. The group shares the responsibility of preparing the topic on a rotating ba-sis.
1st & 3rd (& 5th) Thursdays, 7-9pm, Nashua (Register firstname.lastname@example.org)
“Adult OWL (Our Whole Lives)”
Using values, communication skills and spirituality as starting points, we explore sexuality issues for adults of all ages. Builds understanding of healthy sexual rela-tionships, affirms diversity, and helps one accept and affirm their own sexuality.
4th Thursdays, 7-8:45pm, Milford
Sacred Circle Dancing
Dances are easy to learn, and each is taught anew each night, and range from playful to meditative, an-cient to modern and choreographed. Open to all.
2nd Fridays, 7-10pm, Milford
People who love to sing and/or play acoustic instruments for fun. We use the Rise Again songbook.
Nashua Choir—Wednesday, 7-9pm
Manchester’s Transposition Choir — Sunday, 7-9pm (Trans*, friends, family, allies choral group)
Milford Choir—Wednesday, 7-8:30pm
UU Hikers Nashua
Open to all. It’s our 7th UU Principle in action.
Covenant Groups/Small Group Ministry (Register)
Nashua & Milford (in Milford, Amherst & Mont Vernon)
Nashua -every Tuesday, 1st & 3rd Saturdays, 2–4pm.
Milford-every Monday 9:30-12pm
The Open Door, Milford (Register email@example.com )
Online, interactive website provides biweekly tidbit exploring monthly theme with visual and poem/prose and two questions to start conversation.
Sermon Seminar, Milford (Register firstname.lastname@example.org )
Create and deliver a service and sermon. Read more.