“Come, come, whoever you are, wanderer, worshipper, lover of leaving…”
13th century Sufi poet Jalaluddin Rumi
(translated and interpreted)

Programs for adults give us the chance to go deeper— intellectually, socially, ethically, and spiritually. From workshops to community service, covenant groups to discussion groups, meditation to marching—all in the context of a supportive spiritual community—Unitarian Universalism has much to offer adults beyond our Sunday services.

We affirm a free and responsible search for truth and meaning from birth to death. Unitarian Universalism celebrates the ways that our needs, our hopes, and our beliefs change as life changes us.

We have programs for adults (ages 18+), young adults (ages 18-35), and older adults.



Adults interested in discussing current issues on a wide range of topics are invited to join our Forum on Sundays at 9:30 a.m., in the Library building at the side of the UUCC at 2701 Heyward St., Columbia. Topics are posted in our newsletter, The Unigram, under News/Events page on this site, and in our weekly eblast. Contact administrator@uucolumbia.org to be added to our email list.


  • Art for All

    artist at workArt for All is an open, on-going, self governing group. Join at any time. Thursdays from 10-12 PM at UUCC in the Social Hall. For adults interested in working on art (of their own choosing) together for support, encouragement, and feedback (no artists at workinstruction provided). Participants bring their own art supplies, including easels (as applicable). Participants are responsible for protecting tables and chairs and for clean-up after sessions. Each session is stand-alone. For more information, contact Ruthie Saunders at rsaunders@sc.edu or (803) 776-6608.

  • Chair YogaChair yoga 2

    By popular demand Chair Yoga is now offered twice a week.Tuesday mornings at 11:00 am and Thursday afternoons at 1:00 pm, in the Social Hall. For more information, contact rsaunders@sc.edu.



  • An introduction to 8 major world religions — Christianity, Buddhism, Judaism, Confucianism, Yoruba religion, Daoism, and Atheism — first class, February 12, 2017

    This class is based on the book, God Is Not One, by Stephen Prothero. Order your book from your favorite book seller soon!

  • The UUA Common Read for 2017 — Sign up for our discussion to be held on March 19, 2017

    3rd-reconstructionRev. Barber writes movingly—and pragmatically—about how he laid the groundwork for a state-by-state movement that unites black, white, and brown, rich and poor, employed and unemployed, gay and straight, documented and undocumented, religious and secular. Only such a diverse fusion movement, Rev. Barber argues, can heal our nation’s wounds and produce public policy that is morally defensible, constitutionally consistent, and economically sane. The Third Reconstruction is both a blueprint for movement building and an inspiring call to action from the twenty-first century’s most effective grassroots organizer. The Third Reconstruction: Moral Mondays, Fusion Politics, and the Rise of a New Justice Movement is available through the UUA Bookstore, inSpirit, http://www.uuabookstore.org/ and through Amazon.com and other book sellers. A limited number of books are also available for purchase on Sundays at UUCC dor $15.00 ($1.00 under publisher’s price). See Dot Brown or Keitha Whitaker at the Common Read Sign-up table on Sundays (Feb 19, 26 and Mar 5 and 12). You may also sign up by sending an email to uukeitha@gmail.com. Include “Common Read” in the subject line. We’re looking for 20-25 participants max, so sign up sooner rather than later.


  • Course on Spiritual Practices

    Adult Religious Education would like to sponsor a course on spiritual practices. The course would be interactive and inclusive of all forms of spirituality. If you would be interested in facilitating this course please contact Pat Mohr at patmohr@mindspring.com.