Our Adult Religious Education Programs provide opportunities to explore, reflect, and learn in a nurturing spiritual community. They inspire…

  • Ethical growth: internalizing enduring values like justice, equity, and compassion, and gaining tools to act on them in everyday life
  • Social growth: connecting on a deeper level and finding acceptance among people who see beyond the superficial
  • Spiritual growth: feeling a connection with the sacred within, among, and beyond us

Religious Education Committee

Our Adult Religious Education Committee develops programs based on congregational needs and interests. They are announced as Events on the website, with announcements and reminders on our Facebook page. The programs are led by laypersons, the minister, or guests. They vary in length from a single day to several weeks or months.

Please send your suggestions for adult education to the committee. Or, better yet, come to a meeting!


In addition to Adult RE events, there are many ongoing activities where you can make connections with Starr King adults. Anyone is welcome to participate in service and affinity groups, and members are encouraged to participate in church governance.

Complete List of Committees and Groups

To contact group leaders, members of the church can use information from the Church Directory.

How to Use the Church Directory.

Lending Library

Adults are also invited to make use of our lending library. It’s a small collection of books about growing one’s spirituality, religious practices and history, Unitarian Universalist history and personalities, etc. You can check out these books on the honor system. You’ll find it in the library section of the Fellowship Hall. Look for the plaque.

Doug Sprague Memorial Lending Library