Mission: In support of the goals of our church, we invite personal transformation through opportunities to deepen, connect, and engage to nurture lives faithful to our Unitarian Universalist values.

Our offerings are designed to enhance faith formation in a Unitarian Universalist context. Offerings are intended to stimulate our sense of community and enrich the spiritual and intellectual lives of JUC members and friends by helping to:

  • seek greater understanding of Unitarian Universalist theology and heritage;
  • develop cultural competency in our members and friends; and
  • cultivate our individual and collective spiritual practices and sense of well-being.

Shared Theology Groups

UU Humanists
Jim Bole
Humanism is a major source of our UU tradition. We investigate Humanist philosophy, life stance and modern expressions of service and community building.

UU Liberal Christians
3rd Tuesdays, 7 p.m.
Crystal Kreitzer
We are an open group that welcomes the exploration of what modern scholars call the ’emerging paradigm’, which focuses on Jesus as an important historical figure who by example brought much wisdom to the world.  We consider the Bible a humanly created, historical collections of writings, the product of ancient communities: Judaic and Christian.

Founded in 2009 by a JUC member and student at Iliff Theological Seminary, and convened since 2011 by lay leaders, the UU Liberal Christians of Jefferson Unitarian Church hold a variety of religious and spiritual beliefs.  We gather regularly for discussion, book study, and presentations relating to progressive Christianity.  We also gather in prayer, meditation, wisdom tradition scripture study, and spiritual practices honoring the traditions of our Christian roots within the larger movement of Unitarian Universalism.

In addition to the monthly meetings, 3rd Tuesdays at 7 pm, we also plan and host two services for our church yearly:  Advent on the first Tuesday of December, and Maundy Thursday during Easter week, a service which includes communion.

Spiritual Practice Groups

Blue Mountain Meditation
1st and 3rd Thursdays, 7 p.m.
Annie and John Hedberg
For those practicing Eknath Easwaran’s Eight-Point Program for living a spiritual life in the everyday world.If you wish to join without the introductory course, read Passage Meditation by Easwaran and begin meditating as described.

Join us for a two week introduction to the practice, Tuesdays Nov. 12 and 19 from 7-8:30 in the chapel.

Mindfulness Meditation
1st and 3rd Sundays, 5 p.m.
Tina Voelker
This group is for anyone interested in deepening their mindfulness meditation practice. Many of us also have a strong interest in Buddhist philosophy.

Wisdom Healing Qigong: Healing Ourselves, Healing Our World
1st Tuesdays 6:30-7:30 p.m.
This is a monthly practice group using gentle movements, visualization and sound for improved life vitality.  All abilities are welcome. Per the founder, Dr. Pang, with Qigong practice, we cultivate “the mind’s intelligence to direct chi to reform, perfect, and improve the conscious potential of the holistic body, thereby uplifting  the consciousness of the practitioner from an automated condition to that of autonomous wisdom.