As a religious community, we exist to change lives and to change the world. We do this best when everyone participates in programs, events and activities, shares their gifts and talents and donates time and resources. Beyond our Sunday morning services, the Unitarian Universalist Church of Charlotte has many ways for people of all ages to get involved in the life of our congregation.
Our Adult Religious Education and Spiritual Development (ARESD) program offers an array of classes, events and discussion groups on Sunday mornings and other days of the week, available to members at no cost. Non-members are invited to participate on a space-available basis, also at no cost.
Our Music Program offers many ways to share your musical talents through our Adult Choir, Chamber Choir, Hand Chime Ensemble and Song Leader groups.
For those who want to make a difference in the greater Charlotte community and the wider world, we invite you to explore our Social Justice initiatives, which focus on homelessness and affordable housing.
Our congregation couldn’t be successful without the tireless efforts of volunteers. Volunteers work in day-to-day operations and reach out to members through our Congregational Care Team. We also provide volunteer opportunities in the form of community outreach programs that help fulfill our mission as a UU congregation.
For Children and Youth
In our Children and Youth Religious Education Program, kids are prepared for a lifetime of spiritual and ethical growth during Sunday morning classes. Special programming, children’s choir, social events, social justice and community outreach opportunities are also available to children and youth throughout the year. Classes and offerings are organized by age group: