Adult Religious Education Classes

Cakes for the Queen of Heaven

A UU course in feminist theology, Cakes for the Queen of Heaven, is being organized for this spring. (Check back for the start date.)

This course, created by UU Women and Religion (, is designed for adults but youth fifteen and older are welcome.

The first part, “In Ancient Times” has five sessions on pre-patriarchal goddesses in the Middle East and Europe in prehistoric and early historical times. The second part, “On the Threshold”, continues with six sessions on feminine images and voices in Judaism and Christianity. Each session is two hours.

The tentative plan is hold the class on the first and third Sunday afternoons. Cindy Reiffen, who has taught the course at other UU churches, will facilitate the sessions.  For more information or to sign up, contact Cindy Reiffen (or email the church at Include Cindy’s name  in the email text so our church secretary knows to forward it to her.)



Self-Guided Religious Education

       UUs believe in life-long learning so our monthly bookstore provides many titles to expand our understanding.

• UUCH Book Store

Open on the third Sunday of each month  in the sanctuary after the service. 

Discover the many excellent books published by the UU publishing houses, Beacon Press and Skinner House, at our UUCH bookstore. You pay list price but no shipping. Credit cards, cash and checks accepted.
A variety of popular titles for all ages on both UU and general interest topics are available.

Small Groups

Much of our continuing spiritual education happens in small groups which discuss books and topics from a UU perspective.

• Book Discussion Group    

Meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at Donna Catling’s home. The UUCH Book Group welcomes all enthusiastic readers. Contact Donna Catling for more information.

Upcoming book titles are listed in the Activities section (pull down menu under Connect)


 • Men’s Discussion Group

meets on the second WEDNESDAY at 7:00 p.m. in the Martin House (brick building next to the sanctuary)

The purpose of the men’s group is to give UUCH men an opportunity to meet and share ideas within the context of our Unitarian Universalist scope of interest. For more information, contact Michael Roehm.

Upcoming topics are listed in the Activities section (under Connect)

• Women’s Spirituality Group 

meets on the first Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Martin House (brick building next to the sanctuary)

The mission of the Women’s Spirituality Group is to broaden and deepen friendship among UUCH women, encourage each other’s spiritual and intellectual growth, and provide comfort, aid, and support for life’s challenges and choices.  All  UUCH women are welcome. For more information, contact Dodie Ruskie.

Upcoming topics are listed in the Activities section (under Connect)