Welcome to Lifespan Spiritual Exploration
UCM’s Lifespan Spiritual Exploration (LSE) programs create opportunities for personal growth, learning and faith development across the generations. We offer classes, workshops, study groups, discussion circles and other events for all ages which aim to contribute to spiritual growth, lifelong religious learning and an understanding of the world in which we live. Click here to read our LSE Vision, inspired from widespread and in-depth conversations within the congregation.
Each church year, LSE designs offerings in response to the needs of our congregation. Adult programming makes space for learning, reflecting, listening and building community. This year, we are delighted to offer Beloved Conversations– a shared exploration of how race and ethnicity shape our personal and collective lives and practices. We will also offer Chalice circle and a range of opportunities to explore Unitarian Universalism and spiritual practices.
- Click here to learn more about our Adult LSE Programs.
- Click here to learn more about Adult Chalice Circles.
Children & Youth LSE
Children and Youth LSE uses a theme-based curriculum called Soul Matters. The goal is to connect children with their parents and the rest of the congregation by engaging them with the same monthly theme that church community is exploring during worship. Like adult LSE, children and youth LSE introduces practices for learning, reflecting, listening and building community alongside the monthly worship theme.
- Click here to learn more about our LSE programs for Kids and Youth
Nursery Care — To be offered when we are in-person for worship again!
Our nursery is staffed by paid, caring adults and youth with childcare experience. Unstructured play is offered in a safe and nurturing environment for infants and toddlers. The nursery is located in the staff hallways at the back of the church on the ground level. Feel free to arrive early to help your child settle in. A sign in sheet is set out for you to leave detailed information.