Children’s Religious Education
“I went to the woods because I wanted to live deliberately.”
–Henry David Thoreau
***We are currently undergoing an exciting pilot RE Program called “Home Matters”, which will provide spiritual activities and questions for families to engage in together at home, inviting them to gather monthly at church for food, fellowship, and thoughtful dialogue.
Home Matters happens every 1st Sunday after our intergenerational service. The whole family is invited to bring snacks and stay for an hour of activities and reflection on our monthly worship theme. Each session ends with a take-home spiritual project for the month. Look forward to seeing you there!
We offer structured religious education for children (Kindergarten-8th grade) every Sunday from September to June. During the summer months, we offer childcare.
In our structured programming, children explore what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist through engaging and fun children’s worship, experiential learning, and a program designed around learning as a great adventure. Like the adults in worship, our children engage the monthly spiritual themes.
Social consciousness and justice making are central to our children’s ministry. We are committed to helping our children understand that a whole and meaningful life is one committed to serving needs greater than one’s own. Whether it’s through collecting money for local social service agencies, cleaning up a neighborhood or adopting an endangered animal for Earth Day, we use experiential learning followed by action to raise consciousness and engage in social justice.