Classes and discussion groups for your consideration which will take place during the fall of 2022 (September-December):

UU History Class
“What a Long Strange Trip It’s Been”

This 6-week course will be presented by Rev. Anthony Johnson from 10:30 am until 12 noon each Wednesday from Sept 21 through Oct 26. It will take place at the home of Jan Oswald at 160 Blackjack Drive in Village of Oak Creek, and is available for both in-person and remote participation via Zoom.

To RSVP, please send a brief email to with the subject UU History Class, along with your name and whether you wish to participate in-person or on Zoom.


Widening the Circle
We seek justice, equity, and compassion through dialogue and practice.

Film Discussion Group will meet this Friday, September 16. No reservation is needed. We’ll be discussing two episodes of “Queer Eye” available on Netflix: “To Gay or Not to Gay” (Season 1 / Episode 4 – 47 Min) and “Black Girl Magic” (Season 3 / Episode 5 – 47 min) with Carolyn Kavanagh as discussion leader.

Evolving Elders will meet on Friday, September 23 (meetings are held each month on the 2nd and 4th Friday). Contact Tanya to be included in the mailing list, in order to obtain the topic and location for future meetings.

SUUF Book Group will meet Monday, October 10. The current book selection is Think Again: the Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know,  by Adam Grant. This first session will cover Chapters 1 & 2 with Jim Loomis as our discussion leader.

Please Note: While meeting times and locations may change from month to month, each of these will take place at 10:30 am at 30 Bronco Drive in Sedona (Paul & Tanya’s home). Both the Film Group and Book Group meetings are also available for participation through Zoom using our newly-acquired OWL technology. Click here to join either of these meetings on Zoom.