Action and reflection play an important role in developing religious identity and forming a pathway for individual truth and reason. People of all ages can support one another in a responsible search for truth and meaning and develop a sense of faith in the abundance of life and creation.
At Main Line Unitarian Church, faith development is one of several cornerstones for members of all ages to form and continually reevaluate our own beliefs. Whether our life experiences span five years or sixty-five years, we continue to learn. The goal of our program is lifetime learning that enhances knowledge and creativity, informs values, and enables us to live lives of wholeness and hope.
This comprehensive yet personal approach enables us to create a program of faith development within the context of a Unitarian Universalist identity that can be a meaningful experience for all ages.