Adult Formation

Adult Formation offers opportunities for adults to grow their faith and reflect on their spiritual journey. There is no one way to grow in faith as an adult. We offer Practice Groups that meet weekly, bi monthly or monthly. We offer classes Fall, Winter, and Spring on a range of topics. We offer opportunities to join Small Groups at Fall and Winter Sign Up Sundays. Small Groups are caring circles that offer service to the church and wider community and reflect on our monthly themes.


Dogwood Spirit Circle

Dogwood Spirit Circle

DOGWOOD SPIRIT CIRCLE is an Earth Centered Spirituality Group. Which will be a CUUPS Chapter (Covenant of Unitarian Universalist Pagans) by the end of 2019. We hold Rituals for the Wheel of the Year, teach classes, workshops, activities, have PNO’s (Pagan Nights Out and days) and lots more. This is for those interested in learning about Earth Centered Spirituality or for long time practitioners. All are Welcome.

We do encourage you to join our email list to get our updates, invitations to rituals, classes, workshops and we also now have a Facebook page. To join our email list please contact Micheline Vogt/Tiffany Vaughan at and for our Facebook page: You may join the group here:  


(see the adult formation page)

is offering Earth-Centered Spirituality/Pagan Workshop-Classes on the last Sunday of the Month 12:30 – 2 pm Room will be announced


Dogwood Spirit Circle –

Men Meeting

Men Meeting

a.k.a. M2 

2nd and 4th Tues. of the month, 6:30- 8:00 pm. 

Need some adult male friendships? The M2 discussion group meets twice per month and provides friendship and support to each member. It helps us grow and evolve as individuals. We share life’s journey with other men and endeavor to support each other on our path.

For more information, call or email Todd Van Gordon 908-797-2923

Civil Conversations About Controversial Issues

Civil Conversations About Controversial Issues

6:30-8:00 pm on the 1st Thursdays 
  • Designed to provide a safe place for people to share their views on specific issues, whatever those views may be.
  • Semi-structured discussion format which will encourage the expression of differing and, perhaps, conflicting viewpoints.
  • We utilize resource information from the Ethics for Unitarian Universalists Workshop to help us stay focused on the underlying values that contribute to the points of view we express.
The topic for our next meeting is “What are the challenges of being a police officer in the era of Black Lives Matter?” with special guest Ray Tarasovic (Richmond Chief of Police, retired) and possibly a representative of the Richmond Police Department.
To be added to the mailing list, or for more information
Feminist Group

Feminist Group

Meet the 2nd Thursday each month
6:30-8:00 pm

Contact:Terri Wulf