Welcome! An important part of the UU Fellowship is helping each other grow, learn, and share our spiritual journeys. Unitarian Universalists care about the future and understand that youth are important. We believe in multi-generational and multi-cultural learning. The Religious Education program is dedicated to providing diverse and enriching curriculum for all ages. Currently, we have Sunday childcare from 10:30 to 11:30, with plans in the works for adult and teen groups.
Come join us on Sundays at 10:30 and bring your family!
How do I sign up my children for RE?
Everyone is welcome! We ask that anyone under the age 18 have a registration form filled out, which the Religious Education chair will provide. Just pick one up, fill it out, and hand it to the RE teacher that day and you’re set. The form helps us better met the needs of your child.
How much does it cost?
Our RE program is free. Giving to the UU gives to the RE program needs.
How can I help the RE/Who teaches the RE?
Currently, the RE program for children is maintained by volunteers. You don’t have to be a parent to help. To help out, just email the current RE chairperson, Christine Smith, at email@example.com, and she’ll set you up to help out however you can. You can help with taking care of the children on Sunday, just help with an event, or even just help with cleaning.
For 2013, the children will be learning about Unitarian Universalist principles, different cultures and religions, and how to express themselves through music and art. The curriculum is structured by the RE chair and pulls its resources from the Unitarian Universalist Association.
A typical Sunday class provides a moral story, art or craft activity, group discussion, and open play time. The activities engage children of different age groups. Our approach is learning values through experience and fun. We use music, art, visual aids, and games.
As a fellowship, we also believe in multi-generational activities; youth should feel as much a part of the fellowship as the adults do. We engage the children into the services when we can.
Click here to learn more about the UUA curriculum.