Adults

Meditation Group

This self-directed meditation group is open to all members and friends of the congregation.

  • The benefits of meditation are many, which can include cultivating a more peaceful mind, better concentration, a positive outlook on life, and spiritual growth.
  • Regular practice is the key, and one goal of the group is to encourage one another in our meditation practice.
  • Rotating facilitators will begin each evening with a brief check-in, followed by offering a guided meditation or two.
  • Different methods of meditation will be explored and discussed.

The Meditation Group meets the first and third Monday of each month, from 7:00 - 8:30 pm., in the living room of the house at 503 Wellington Crescent. The fall dates are:

  • October 2 and 16
  • November 6 and 20
  • December 4 and 18

To register, please send an email with your name, email address, and phone number to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Adult Programming Committee

Formed in 2010, the Adult Programming Committee encourages the development of members’ UU faith and promotes adult learning. Our goal is to enhance individuals’ physical, mental, emotional, social and spiritual well-being within our shared UU principles.

The Adult Programming Committee is comprised of volunteers, generally meeting at noon the first Sunday of the month. Current APC members are:

  • Anne Belanger (Co-Chair)
  • Sonya Watson (Co-Chair)
  • Shannon Breckman
  • Lynn Campbell
  • Heather Emberley
  • Kathleen Hays
  • Ivor Lockhart

We welcome new Committee members with an interest in adult learning. This is a creative ministry, where you will deepen relationships, grow, and have fun!

Also, if you have an idea for a future program, we’d love to hear from you. Please send a quick email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we’ll be in touch. Suggestions from participant program evaluations are also periodically reviewed.

Program facilitators are church members or friends who donate their time on a volunteer basis. We seek volunteer facilitators with knowledge of the subject matter, facilitation skills, and attitudes congruent with UU principles.