Unitarian Universalism is known for asking its members to create their own theology. Deepening Our Experience takes this invitation of discovery from the standpoint of experience. During our weekly workshops we endeavor to experiment, play, discuss, and share together the central question of how does someone live a spiritual life.
"The idea of spiritual practices encourages individuals to take responsibility for their own spiritual development by spending time working on it, deliberating on its meaning and how best to pursue it, seeking to understand the sacred through reading and the counsel of others, and seeking to have contact with the sacred through personal reflection and prayer."
—Robert Wuthnow, scholar of American religious history
In order to foster a open and safe environment for us to explore and learn, we strictly adhere to The Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism. To learn more about these principles, please visit this link: http://www.uua.org/beliefs/principles/