Programs for Adults

Our Faith Formation programs are designed to help us live our 3rd and 4th principles: encouragement to spiritual growth in our congregations, and a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Again this year, UUCM is collaborating with UU Nashua to offer more diverse programming.

Additionally UUCM hosts other opportunities for spiritual growth through programs held at UUCM.  See the UUCM Calendar for details and times:

  • 2nd Friday Song Circle
  • Insight Meditation
  • Kundalini Yoga
  • Sacred Circle Dance

Current Offerings at UUCM

Thursday is “Adult Ed Night” at UUCM this Fall

We’ll kick it off with a video series on UU History: “Long Strange Trip” — a six-part video series by Ron Cordes that explores the history of Unitarian and Universalist thought and practice from the early, liberal strands in faith at the beginning of the Christian era to what we know today as Unitarian Universalism. What better way to explore UUCM’s identity and vision then by looking at UU history!
Dates: Final session scheduled for December 6.
Time: 6:30 – 8:30pm – Feel free to bring your supper to eat while watching.
Location: The Granite Room

Reading for Change – White Fragility

Location: Book Discussion at Toadstool Books, Milford
Time: Tuesday, December 4 – 6:30-8:00pm
UUCM is hosting a discussion of the book “White Fragility (Why It’s So Hard For White People to Talk About Racism)” by Robin Diangelo, published by Beacon Press. This New York Times bestselling book explores the counterproductive reactions white people have when their assumptions about race are challenged that serve to maintain racial inequality.

Read the book and then join us at the Toadstool for a lively round-table discussion. Snacks welcome! We have purchased books from Toadstool at a discount; call Amy Conley to get one for $12. Learn more about the book and take a quiz to see if you exhibit any “white fragility” traits at


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