Children and Teen Religious Education

Our church community is committed to the lifelong process of religious growth and learning. In our Sunday School classes, we work to provide a loving and nurturing environment for children and teen religious education, where children and youth are able to explore their beliefs, deepen their understanding of the sacred and enrich their religious lives. We strive to create a supportive atmosphere where our young people can be themselves while learning to acknowledge, accept, and affirm differences in others.

For Unitarian Universalists, religious education includes all of the ways that children, teens and adults grow toward their potential as compassionate, ethical and fulfilled human beings. Our RE program is grounded in our Unitarian Universalist Principles and Sources, and in our relationships with one another.

Welcome from the Director

Welcome! Our Religious Education (RE) program is about much more than learning: it’s about growing. It’s about the wonder of being alive! Here, we seek to provide a safe environment where the spirit of each child will blossom and grow. From the youngest to the oldest, we believe in fostering a sense of worth and...

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Classes & Curriculum

We have a vibrant Religious Education program for children from preschool through high school. Our classes meet on Sundays at 9:00-10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

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Religious Education FAQ

Consistent attendance helps children build on previous experiences and develop rapport with classmates and teachers. Because of this, we’re asking that families commit to attending their registered RE session. To help us accurately record attendance, please sign in babies and toddlers on the classroom attendance sheet for each session.

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Teen Programming

What does it mean to be a teenager in our Unitarian Universalist faith? The youth who come to our congregation are looking for the same things as adults: community, social action, identity, celebration, and spiritual growth. Our UU teens put our faith into action every day by daring to be real, showing acceptance and support,...

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Children in the Sanctuary

Children and youth join us in the sanctuary every Sunday, except for the first Sunday of the month. For these services, kindergarten through senior high children attend the initial portion of the service with their families in the sanctuary and then proceed to class. Preschoolers are welcome to attend the service, but parents may choose...

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RE Registration and More

All students from Nursery through High School youth group must be registered. This is important for insurance and medical reasons as well as to keep families informed about our great program. Visiting families are welcome to bring their children to the program while they “get acquainted” with it. Children and youth may visit join in...

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Children and Teens: “Black People Matter” Anti-racism Curriculum

A few helpful resources for you: K5-12th Grade Black People Matter Religious Education Lessons Living Our Values: Black People Matter The Wisdom of Caucusing for People of Color Children's RE initiatives to bring awareness of racism Tips for talking to children about racism Beyond the Golden Rule A Parent’s Guide to Preventing and Responding to...

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Social Action Projects

Young people have passionate opinions about social issues! Justice and service programming is a way for kids to express and explore our Unitarian Universalist values and put action behind our faith. It can also be fun!

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