For more information contact Jesse Greist, Director of Lifespan Religious Education, at jesse.greist@usnh.org


continuum_title_graphic_6An open group for writers of all stages – Meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month from 7 – 8:30 p.m. in the library.  Share, listen and discuss original works of poetry and prose inspired by and in response to the 2017-2018 USNH monthly worship themes.  Facilitated by Steve Evans and Jesse Greist.  For more information email jesse.greist@usnh.org

Events & Activities – Winter/Spring 2018


Sun 04/08, 04/29 & 05/06/2018 – 3-Part Workshop End of Life Planning
– 12:00 noon in the Library – With guest speakers each session – a Minister, a Doctor and a Lawyer
– Facilitated by Becky Sandmann


Sun 04/15/2018 – Workshop Soul Collage
– 12:00 noon in the Library – Facilitated by Lindsey Korth


Sat 04/21/2018 – Social Cinema This Changes Everything
– Potluck at 6:30, Film at 7:15 – in the Social Hall
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Sat 05/12/2018 – Social Cinema Dolores
– Potluck at 6:30, Film at 7:15 – in the Social Hall


Committee Meetings

Adult Religious Education Committee meetings are held at 9:00 a.m. in the library at USNH – All are welcome!

  • April – No Meeting
  • May – Sun. 05/09/2018
  • June – No Meeting
  • July – Sun. 07/01/2018

What Moves Us

The Adult Religious Education Committee strives to create a learning environment that motivates our Unitarian Universalist congregation to grow spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, and socially for our good and that of the wider community.

The Adult Religious Education Committee provides opportunities for spiritual growth, fostering connections and commitment to USNH and Unitarian Universalism and developing the foundations for action for justice through a variety of classes, courses, and one-time events.

The Goals & Objectives of the USNH Adult Religious Education Committee are…

  • Partnering with other groups within our congregation to create intentional spaces for sharing and growing our knowledge about spiritual issues, social issues and UU identity.
  • Inviting participation in these intentional spaces by individuals & organizations in the wider New Haven community so as to encourage a social justice and interfaith (including no faith) spiritual discourse among USNH members and those beyond our congregation.
  • Fostering open dialogue and discourse, in these spaces with these participants, to encourage the reflection portion of a praxis  – striving towards greater & more effective action on social justice and interfaith (including no faith) spiritual issues.