The simple act of signing your name . . .
in the membership book can be a deeply significant decision. Becoming a member not only enables you to participate in congregational votes, but also can express a personal commitment to participate in sharing your talents, your resources, and your energy with others in a quest that is spiritual as well as practical, personal as well as social, individual as well as institutional. Unitarian-Universalism challenges you to consider how your beliefs about human nature, evolution, and divine revelation affect your attitude toward yourself and others, and how those beliefs influence what you do.
We invite all those interested in becoming members of Columbine to attend the Connecting with Columbine class that is held three times a year at the church, normally on a Saturday morning.. . .