We believe Religious Education continues throughout one’s lifespan. Adult groups gather to explore questions of spirituality, consider ethical dilemmas, and to be challenged to grow in wisdom, compassion and generosity.
Summit is a vibrant community with many opportunities for adults to meet in small groups that range in nature from social gatherings to courses of study.
There are several programs and groups that are offered from year to year. These usually include the following:
Courses on the History of Unitarian Universalism, led by our Minister for Congregational Life, Rev. Emilie Boggis or our Membership Coordinator, Kimberly Rossiter.
Courses on Membership to our particular congregation lead by our staff.
Group discussions on World Religions
Small gatherings for Meditation or other Spiritual Practices, such as Dances of Universal Peace.
Great Biography Book discussion groups meet regularly with assigned books to be read ahead of time
Mens Groups – open to new members once a year
Several other classes and groups meet throughout the year. For further information, please contact Rev. Emilie Boggis.