The Unitarian Society of Northampton and Florence believes that the spiritual life is not a destination but a journey.  We provide adult religious education classes and forums to help members and friends along the path they have chosen for that journey.  Some offerings specifically address religious questions.  Others explore ethical and political questions of contemporary relevance.  Still others present subjects of general interest.  All are intended to stimulate reflection, discussion, and fellowship. 

Sessions are offered following the Sunday service and during weeknights. 

Parents & Caregivers Group
This group generally meets once a month after the service. This is a small group to explore topics around parenting from a thoughtful, spiritual, social justice orientation; how to be a UU parent. Childcare and snacks provided. 

Credo Exploration
Explore your beliefs about spiriuality, values, theology, and what matters. As a culmination of this class, the adults will write a credo statement, sharing their beliefs and values. 

Spiritual Practices
Once a month on Wednesdays, January through April, we will offer an opportunity to worship in different ways, from creating art to singing to Lectio Divina ("Divine Reading").

Racial Justice
Throughout the year there will be discussion groups, book clubs, movie nights, and other opportunities to explore racism, priviledge, bias, and how to stand up against injustice. 

Please watch the monthly Pioneer and the weekly Sunday Times for announcements of upcoming adult education opportunities.  For more information, please contact Rich West at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Jessica Harwood at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .