Classes for Orientation

A group of people sit and stand at the front of RVUUF's Great Hall, next to a table with a book on it, open to pages on which names have been written.

New members, honored Oct. 25, 2015.
Photo by Rev. Nan White.

Twice a year, fall and spring, RVUUF offers orientation classes that include three important areas. The next series of classes begin March 5, 2017.

  • March 5 – UU History class taught by Colleen Chambers
  • March 12 – UU Principles class taught by Rev. Nan L. White
  • March 26 – Path to Membership class led by Colleen Chambers

Each class is offered to help anyone get a better understanding of Unitarian Universalism in general, and RVUUF specifically.

To become a member of RVUUF everyone is encouraged to attend all three classes, especially if you are new to Unitarian Universalism.

If you have been a UU elsewhere, we encourage you to take the Path to Membership class as it informs you about RVUUF — including how we govern and suggested ways for you to get integrated into the congregation.

Each class will take place from noon to 1 p.m. in the RVUUF library. RSVP to Colleen Chambers via RVUUF’s contact form or call the RVUUF office at 541-482-4755.

If nursery care is needed to attend these classes, please notify Religious Explorations Lead Teacher Liz Bianco.

The April 2 service will include a new member ceremony. New members will sign the Membership book and be welcomed into the life of RVUUF.