Lifelong learning

Murray Church has a rich history of meaningful and inspiring Religious Education programming for adults — discussions, workshops, and other events that contribute to spiritual growth, lifelong religious learning, and a deep understanding of the world in which we live. These activities are organized and led by our Minister, our Director of Lifespan Religious Education, and members of our church.

As the pandemic numbers allow us to safely meet again, we are excited to announce new programs.  Subscribe to our newsletter for the latest updates or check here for future postings.

One coming soon is beginning February 5th, we present “Good To The Last Drop: Preparing for Your Final Chapter”.   We will be offering a series featuring two workshops exploring the popular “Five Wishes” and “The Conversation Project” with both in-person and zoom gathering options (and may offer future workshops if there is interest).  You are never too young or old to consider and talk about these important topics.  No matter who we are, where we live, we should have access to the full range of End-of-Life Planning and Care Options so that we can prepare for our own journey.  For more info or to enroll.

Church News and Updates

Sunday, July 3

The Underground Railroad Revisited This summer service is by Monica Staaf. Harriet Tubman escaped from slavery and risked her life and liberty multiple times to lead other enslaved people to freedom. How can her courage inspire us to act today?...

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Sunday, June 26

Unitarian Universalist General Assembly Online Sunday Worship LIVE-STREAMED 12-2:30 pm from Portland, Oregon Video of public events, like the Sunday Worship 12:30–2 p.m., from General Assembly (GA) 2022 will be live-streamed, from June 22-26—no...

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