Adult programs at AUUF include opportunities to engage in thoughtful discussion, religious exploration, or become involved in activities that support our ministry and UU our principles.
Seasonal offerings are announced approximately each quarter. For current Adult program offerings for Fall 2019, click below.
Ongoing Interest Groups
Freethinkers at AUUF
Fridays, Noon - 1:30 p.m. in Room 7, downstairs, at AUUF
Participants meet to discuss a variety of thought-provoking topics. Contact Kalen Saxton 907-244-8221.
Small Group Ministry / Chalice Circles
Contact / Organizer: Judy Engh,
Our Small group ministry is evolving to include Chalice Circles, which are designed to bring members, friends, and community members closer to one another by cultivating deeper connections. Small groups and Chalice Circles connect UUs on a deeper level. Groups of 12 or less meet regularly (often weekly) for a defined period (for example, 8-10 weeks) to reflect and discuss significant life topics. The time together is structured and may include a chalice lighting, focused readings, and a moment of centering silence before participants share their perspectives, tell their stories and listen deeply.
Hungry Book Club
Contact Facilitator Shirley Dickens, 907-563-4499
Avid readers meet monthly to dicsuss well-regarded books from wide-ranging topics. Interested readers meet the second Tuesday, at 2 p.m. at AUUF. Consult the LOG newsletter for the next book, and contact Book Club Facilitator Shirley Dickens at 563-4499 for directions to the meeting location.
Contact Lead Stephanie Koonz, 907-744-2428
The is a small group that seeks to enhance our fellowship programs. The Alliance offers support for one-time special events, funding for small specific items, memorials and receptions, the Rummage Sale, greeters, 4A's lunches, and other very much appreciated support. The group meets the second Sunday of every month at 12:30 p.m., in the AUUF Library.
Contact Susie Kobierowski 907-393-7337
Plan, facilitate, encourage, and organize environmental justice and stewardship activities.
Contact Becca Bernard, 907-244-3988
Dismantling racist culture requires intention and commitment. AUUF’s Anti-Racism Team helps facilitate this lifelong work through bimonthly discussion groups, occasional workshops, religious exploration, worship services, and community involvement.
Contact AUUF Music Director Megan Webb, email@example.com or 907-248-3737, ext 6
Thursdays 6:30-8 pm, AUUF sanctuary. Choir is open to all. Participants should plan to commit to Thursday evening rehearsals, and singing 2-3 Sundays per month.
Check the Online Calendar or the LOG newsletter for current offerings
The fellowship frequently offers special programs for a limited time to facilitate adult exploration and fellowship. These may include meditation and mindfulness, discussion forums on a spectrum of spiritual and religious topics, potluck discussion programs, and informal gatherings to share a special movie. Special programs reflect the individual skills and experience of the fellowship.