Adult Enrichment works to provide adult programming that builds community and connections while offering a chance to take a deeper look at our spiritual life and beliefs. The programs fall into the categories of spiritual explorations, book and movie discussion groups, healthy living, feast and forays, and creativity and art explorations.
Building and Grounds is responsible for all maintenance and upkeep of the church building and property. Members organize work days, work with vendors, service people and our Sexton.
Communications Group is responsible for many aspects of church communications: weekly eBlast, website, audio recordings and more.
Finance Committee prepares budgets; report on those budgets to the Board and to the Annual Meeting.
IT Committee oversees and manages use of technology at Allen Avenue Unitarian Universalist Church. Its members should have some computer literacy (hardware and/or software) or interest in technology solutions.
Library for Adults: It is located in Room 7 with sections UU, Spirituality, Poetry and Prayers, Death and Dying, Health, Justice, Gender, Parenting, Environment and World Religions. To borrow remove card, sign name and enter date. Add to the collection if you have appropriate books to give.
Committee on Ministry's purpose is to strengthen the quality of the ministry to and in the congregation. The committee will foster a healthy relationship between the minister and the congregation, acting as counsel to the minister and the Board of Trustees and a resource to the entire congregation. At A2U2 the ministry is understood to be shared by everyone in the congregation as we live out our values in our lives and in the larger community. Contact our chair to learn more.
Nominating Committee considers and presents nominations for the elective offices of the Church including the Nominating Committee. The committee advises the Board of Trustees for filling vacancies at all levels of church leadership through the year.
Personnel Committee oversees A2U2 staff relations and makes recommendations to the board of trustees for compensation and benefits in the budgeting process, and advocates for the staff in regard to working conditions.
Religious Education Committee is responsible for the children's and Youth Religious Education Programs and works in collaboration with the Director of Religious Education.
Stewardship supports our church by helping members and friends pledge both their financial resources and their time and talent. They are a crucial part of the financial health of our church.
Worship Committee is responsible for worship services when the minister is not in the pulpit. Generally, this includes one worship service per month, plus coordinating summer service planning. Membership in this committee requires creativity, teamwork and an interest in worship.