Come, come, whoever you are,
wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving.
Ours is no caravan of despair.
Come, yet again come.
― Hymn #188, Singing the Living Tradition
pub. by the Unitarian Universalist Association
If you’re new to Covenant Groups, please read on. Then, to learn what groups are currently available, see the Current Covenant Groups section at the bottom of this page.
Covenant Groups are intentionally formed, relational groups of eight to twelve people whose members explore a variety of topics. Covenant Groups build and strengthen All Souls UU Church as members deepen their relationships and become more connected to the larger church community. Groups are led by a trained facilitator who is also a member of the group.
In addition to helping its members grow their theology and deepen their personal faith, the covenant group serves as a caring network; members care for, and are cared for by, other group members.
Is Becoming a Member of a Covenant Group Right for Me?
If you answered “yes” to even one of these questions, then becoming a covenant group member may be just what you have been searching for.
What Would My Responsibilities Be As a Covenant Group Member?
Radical Self-Acceptance Group
Are you ever troubled by thoughts of “I’m not good enough” or “I’m unacceptable in some way?” We will be learning some concrete tools for changing those thoughts and beliefs. Come listen to and discuss Tara Brach’s “Radical Self-Acceptance” and experience Byron Katie’s “The Work” as we discuss how to accept ourselves and others even with our flaws and foibles. For more Information, contact Judie McMath.