Small Groups

Small Groups are individual groups of 6 to 10 people who commit to meet regularly (at least once a month) to talk, listen, learn, and grow. The groups follow a simple regular format to encourage sharing, reflection, and discussion. Small Groups are an opportunity to build community, and to support and encourage each other in spiritual growth through dialogue and mutual concern for others. Small Groups are more than another religious education class. They build relationships. As groups reach their capacity, they are periodically opened or closed to new participants. Each Small Group is led by a trained facilitator who is part of their own small group of leaders and the minister for support and growth. If you wish to learn more about small groups in general, contact JT Hillen, Small Group Liaison [INSERT PHONE HERE].

Why a Small Group?

Small Groups go beyond coffee hour by connecting you with others in a deeper way through monthly discussion and sharing. Small Groups help build personal relationships in a group setting. Each group also chooses a service project to perform for the church or larger community. If you have an idea for a Small Group, let us know! 

Small Group Facilitator(s)
Circle of Mom Halcyon Domanski
Exploring the UU 7th Principle Kathy Deane
Men’s Group Ken Schmidt