Adult

UUCM offers many opportunities for adult enrichment. You’ll find on-going discussion groups, concert series, short-term programs, and one-day workshops.You can learn more about these opportunities throughout our website.

Below is a list of current offerings, just click the group name to learn more. For information about our adult lifespan classes, click here. Unless otherwise noted, groups and programs are open to non-members and the broader community as well as to teens.

We meet on the first Saturday of each month from 11am-2pm. We start off with a short business meeting and follow it with a delicious potluck luncheon. At 1:00 pm we offer diverse programs that enhance our relationships in the Alliance, congregation, and the community at-large. This dynamic group meets to reinforce the Unitarian Universalist principles. We are open to both members and non-members, male and female.

The UUCM Humanist Group in collaboration with the Miami Secular Humanist hosts a speaker each month that will loosely address the following question: How has Humanism helped you shed light on your area of expertise? Monthly, 3rd Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m

UUCM Drum Circle (spiritual practices & meditation) No drum? No problem; plenty will be available. No experience needed; all you need to bring is your joyful heart, happy hands, and dancing feet. Fourth Sunday of the month after the service at 12:30 PM

Offering earth-based celebrations and rituals during the year. These gatherings include a Labyrinth for private meditation and group activities. Come learn a little about the ancient histories of the different celebrations. Look in the calendar, newsletter, and weekly for details.

Various religious explorations classes will be offered on the second Sunday of the month after services (12:30 PM). The classes have ranged from Buddhist Traditions to a Deep Dive into Unitarian Universalism. All are welcomed.

We have religious exploration classes for children/youth and adults. These classes present information and experiences that allow participants to delve more deeply into their spirituality/ethics and explore ways to make the world a better place. Many of the classes are on Sunday—children/youth during the service and adult after the service.