UU Religious Education Parents and caregivers come to Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations for communities that help raise children to become kind, respectful, fair-minded, caring, and strong enough to side with love and fight for justice. UU religious education and participation in worship, social justice work, and multigenerational gatherings reinforce what parents teach at home. We nurture truth-seeking, spirituality, and progressive moral values that will continue to shape and support our children as they grow.
Children’s programming occurs on Sunday mornings after we read a Story for All Ages in our program. We offer age-specific programs from preschool on up. It is common for UU religious education programs to combine story, song, art, movement, discussion, and play to engage children with many learning styles, abilities, and activity levels.
If you have question about our youth education and childcare programs, please contact:
Anthony "Tony" Elopre
Director of Religious Education
If you are interested in furthering your childs education, may we suggest the following books.
Understanding Children's Faith Development
Welcoming Children in Our UU Congregations: