Hopedale’s adult religious education programs are planned around members’ and friends’ interests, current social justice concerns, and the Unitarian Universalist Study-Action Issues.

Recent programs include:

The New UU – from the UUA’s “Tapestry of Faith” (recurring)

Hungry for Change: Food, Ethics, and Sustainability – a discussion course from the Northwest Earth Institute (Spring 2017)

Book discussion group: The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander (Spring 2015)

Radical Hospitality Conversations (Spring 2014) – Hopedale-specific discussions about how to act on our call to be welcoming

What topics speak to you?  Let our religious education coordinator know.