Adult Faith Development

    Sometimes I’m overcome with gratitude . . . and feel that each of us has a responsibility for being alive: one, responsibility to creation, of which we are a part, another to the creator – a debt we repay by trying to extend our areas of comprehension.– Maya Angelou

We encourage our members and friends to continually expand their knowledge of Unitarian Universalism in a variety of ways:

After-Service Discussion

12:30 pm Sunday in the Sanctuary (when announced in the Order of Service)

Building Your Own Theology

Based on the assumption that everyone is their own theologian, this classic UU adult education program invites participants to develop their own personal credos. Contact:

Green Sanctuary Program

UUCA voted in June 2014 to embark upon the Green Sanctuary certification process. The Green Sanctuary Program provides a path for congregational study and reflection and a call to individual and collective actions in response to environmental challenges. The entire congregation is responsible for completing the Green Sanctuary projects. Everyone in the congregation is encouraged to participate in activities that will make a difference locally and globally. The whole life of the congregation increasingly considers the environment much more intentionally. Contact:

Ravenswood Pagan Kindred

 This name reflects our family centric and inter-generational ideals and practices. We service the greater Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) but welcome any person from any region.  We are a chapter of the Covenant of Universalist Pagans (CUUPS), an earth centered branch of worship and education within the UUCA, and a part of the UUCA’s Earth-Centered Resource Team.  Ravenswood Pagan Kindred brings a holistic approach to paganism and earth-centered worship by practicing in worship and ritual as well as teaching aspects of multiple paths.  Members must be 17 years of age or older; yearly dues are paid to support the chapter and to national membership dues. Contact: