Adult Education

Books read by the adult ed classes At UCC Burlington, we believe that faith formation is a life-long endeavor. Our relationships with God and our understanding of Christianity never stop evolving and growing. Because of this, it’s a priority for us to have opportunities to gather together outside of Sunday morning to engage the Bible and relevant current topics in conversation with our faith. Our Pastor, Rev. Angela Wells-Bean, leads our Adult Education program, occasionally assisted by a co-leader. The sessions are usually about 6 weeks long. We have one session in the fall (around September/October) and we offer another series in the spring (this usually coordinates with Lent, the 40-day season before Easter).

If you are interested in participating in future Adult Education opportunities and would like to be notified of upcoming series, please email Rev. Wells-Bean at Additionally, if there’s a specific topic that you’d like to explore or if you have a book suggestion, she is always open to input and ideas.

Here is a sampling of recent Adult Education books that we’ve read together:

Lent 2018: Waking Up White, by Debby Irving
Fall 2017: Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis
Lent 2017: Gospel of Luke
Advent 2016: Book of Ecclesiates
Fall 2016: Book of Job
Spring 2016: Being Mortal, by Atul Gawande
Fall 2015: Between the World and Me, by Ta-Nehisi Coates