At Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Lynchburg, we believe that learning is a lifelong endeavor! That's why we offer religious education programming for all ages. If you would like to learn more about any of our exciting programs, please contact the Director of Lifespan Engagement at for more info!

Some of our current offerings include:

Silent Book Club - the 3rd Thursday of every month, meeting this month on April 18, 6:30-8:30 pm in UHouse. Drop in anytime. BYOBook!

Young Adults - Join with YA 18-35 two Tuesdays per month, at 7 pm, to chat about various topics and take an occasional deep dive into things that catch our interest. Check upcoming meetings dates with Rev. Terre!

MUUvies That Matter (2nd Tuesdays at 7pm) - Each month we'll look at a different documentary about an important issue, such as climate change or social justice, with discussion to follow. 

Soul Matters Small Groups - We meet once a month to hold a guided discussion on a theme related to the sermons and children's RE programming for the month. 

BookWUUrms - We discuss a different book each month, decided on by the group.