We connect more deeply with our faith community by attending spirituality programs and by meeting together in fellowship programs where we may walk together, talk together and eat together.
Adult offerings may fall on Sunday mornings after worship, weekday evenings, and weekday mornings or afternoons.
All adults our welcome to explore these offerings
We offer these programs around spirituality, religious exploration, and building a better world.
The Latter-Day Saints: Broadway and Beyond
Wednesday, Jan 10 and 17, 6-7:30 p.m. in Fahs Theatre
A global religion with uniquely American roots, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is the subject of much speculation, conversation, and even a best-selling Broadway musical! For us, however, let’s start with the basics: what is the historical context of the faith, what are its basic beliefs, how have they changed over the years, and what are some of its denominations? There is no fee for this class, but registration is required. Please email Rev. Bill. All are welcome.
Movies, Popcorn, and God
Friday, Jan. 19 from 6-8:30 p.m. in Fahs Theatre
Eat popcorn, drink something fizzy, and watch the fascinating 2015 animated film Inside Out! Rated PG and marketed to kids, this film struck young and old alike with its playful, powerful story about the inner-workings of our emotional lives. We’ll watch the movie together and then chat about it afterward. All ages are welcome at this event. Donation is $10 per person/$20 per family, all of which goes to the church. Please email Rev. Bill. All are welcome.
Race and Racism 101
Sunday, Jan. 21 from 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. in Fahs Theatre
What are the basic understandings of race and racism that inform our faith’s anti-racist values? How does racism work in our lives, and what are some daily ways that we can counter it? All are welcome to this big-picture exploration of race and racism. There is no cost for this program, but registration is required. Please email Rev. Bill. All are welcome.
Centering with Sacred Reading
Wednesday, Feb. 7, 6-7:30 p.m. in the Founders Room
Join Rev. Bill for a quiet, contemplative spiritual practice that weaves together ancient and modern sacred readings and beautiful music. We’ll experience that practice as well as learn how to create these sorts of moments in our daily lives. There is no fee for this program, but registration is required. Please email Rev. Bill. All are welcome.
Living the Lenten Spirit
Sunday, Feb 11, 12:15-1:15 p.m. in Fahs Theatre
Lent is a sacred season in the Christian calendar between Ash Wednesday and Easter. It is often a contemplative time when people commit to daily study and fasting in order to live with more intention and faith. In this session we’ll learn about Lent, its history, and how a daily Lenten devotional practice can work.
All participants will receive a Lenten devotional guide put together by Rev. Bill. There is no fee, but registration is required by emailing Rev. Bill.
All are welcome
A Valentine’s Day Program and Discussion on Love & Relationships!
Maya Kollman and Barbara Bingham
Wednesday, February 14, 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Be a part of a lively, engaging, and informative conversation about why we choose the mate we choose, why romantic love tumbles into struggle, why we stumble when we try to fix it, why the “fix” doesn’t work, and what we could do differently so we can have a safe, compassionate, fun, and loving committed long-term partnership.
About the presenters: Maya is a relationship coach of 37 years and a master trainer of Imago Relationship Therapy. Barbara is an Imago Educator. Since 1991 they have taught over 300 Getting the Love You Want workshops based on a book by the same name written by Dr. Harville Hendricks and Dr. Helen Lakelly Hunt.
Please join us for a hopeful look at the purpose of a committed relationship, and an answer to a frequently asked question: why is it that the very traits and behaviors I fell in love with today sometimes drive me crazy?! All are welcome, and there is no fee. Please register by emailing Rev. Bill.
Gender Today and Tomorrow
Wednesday, February 28 from 6-7:30 p.m. in Fahs Theatre
The last decade or so has brought a revolution in how gender is understood in popular culture. New terminology, expressions, and concepts appear every day, each carrying implications for how we express our values in the world. Join Rev. Bill for a presentation and discussion on transgender, genderqueer, non-binary, and other gender terms and expressions. There is no cost, but registration is required. Please email Rev. Bill. All are welcome.
Building Ritual Wherever You Are
Come to any or all of this 3-part series on Building Ritual (March 14, 21, 28)
Meg Cox and Rev. Bill Neely
Wednesday, March 14, 21, and 28, 6-7:30 p.m.
Fahs Theatre / Founders Room
When the days are rushed and the world is stressful, holding a simple, daily ritual can be a way to connect with a sense of peace and place. We often think of rituals as events that only happen in certain locations under special circumstances, but ritual-making can happen any time, at home or anywhere else. In this workshop series, Meg Cox and Rev. Bill will help you learn some basic rituals that you can enliven at home, when travelling, at work, or wherever you happen to be. Through chalice lighting, prayer, and meditation, you’ll gain a better sense of how to create some sacred, ritual time, at home or right where you are. There are three sessions – participants can come to one or all!
This series is free but registration is required by emailing
All are welcome!
February 2018Feb 28 (Wed) – Gender Today and Tomorrow @6:00 pm - 7:30 pm (Fahs Theater (UU Princeton))
March 2018Mar 14 (Wed) – Building Ritual Wherever You Are @6:00 pm - 7:30 pm (Fahs Theater (UU Princeton))
Mar 21 (Wed) – Building Ritual Wherever You Are @6:00 pm - 7:30 pm (Fahs Theater (UU Princeton))
Mar 28 (Wed) – Building Ritual Wherever You Are @6:00 pm - 7:30 pm (Fahs Theater (UU Princeton))