All workshops, classes, and groups are OPEN TO EVERYONE unless otherwise noted. At this time, all workshops, classes and events are meeting online.


For classes & workshops that request advance registration, please register early. That allows us to plan more effectively. To register, please send email to DLRE Margaret Rogers


If you have suggestions for other classes you would find meaningful, please email Margaret Rogers. (Click here for more information on our Children’s Religious Education program)

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Workshops and Classes

Chronic Pain Support Group-Virtual

Date: Tuesdays, ongoing. If you are new to the group, please email DLRE Margaret Rogers to confirm time and place.

Time: 11 am – 12:30 pm

Place: Meeting virtually

Facilitator: Celestine W.


Living with chronic pain can be difficult. This group supports each other through weekly gatherings to share stories and experiences.

Virtual Covenant Groups

Dates: Weekly meetings, virtually. Specific dates and times to be arranged in accordance with registrants’ availability

Facilitators: TBA

Group Size: minimum 5, maximum 12

Covenant Groups are an opportunity to engage with a small group within our larger Northlake community, to discuss issues of importance in our lives.

Participants are asked to make a commitment to regular attendance in the group for the duration of the series. We anticipate having a short series option of 6 weeks and a long series option through May

Please email DLRE Margaret Rogers to indicate your interest and whether you are available daytime or evening, weekdays or Sundays or register online here.

Eastside Insight Meditation Group-Online meeting

Dates: 1st and 3rd Thursdays

Time: 7:00 – 9:00 pm

Place: Online. To receive the online meeting information, please email Margaret Rogers

Facilitators: Steve and Ellen Wilhelm


Eastside Insight Meditation has allied with Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church to provide a setting for people to meditate together.


All are welcome, no previous experience needed. Steve and Ellen will offer preliminary instructions. Learn more about Insight Meditation.

UU and Northlake in a Nutshell- online

Date: Offered quarterly. Contact facilitators for upcoming dates.

Time: 2 pm Sunday, specific dates to be announced

Place: Online. To receive the online meeting information, please email Margaret Rogers

Facilitator: DLRE Margaret Rogers and members of the Membership Committee


Are you interested in learning more about Unitarian Universalism? This class is for new Unitarian Universalists as well as anyone in the congregation who would like to think and talk more about what being a Unitarian Universalist means in their lives.


There will be a short reading sent out in advance, as well as a video to give a bit of historical and current context, and then we’ll spend most of our class time discussing who we are as Unitarian Universalists and what we believe.


Newcomers will have a chance to learn about our Unitarian Universalist tradition and heritage, and everyone will have the opportunity to deepen our connections with one another in community.

Book Group

Book Group meets the first Tuesday of each month, from 7 – 9 pm. Books are chosen once a year for the next 11 months (in April). Members are encouraged to bring book title suggestions at the annual book choosing meeting. Participants take turns leading the group discussions. If you are interested, please email Margaret Rogers to connect with the current facilitators.

Other Opportunities


Northlake has lots going on every week! To learn about Meaningful Movies, Choir, Men’s Group, Women’s Group, Seamsters, Community Suppers, Detention Center Vigils, Second Saturday Socials, Third Sunday potlucks, and more, check out Ways to Get Involved. Note: In person programs are on hold through May 2021.