Our religious education curriculum nurtures the four foundations of a meaningful, relevant, and vibrant faith:

Religious Identity

  • Learning about our Unitarian Universalist heritage of truth, love, and justice
  • Understanding our covenant with one another
  • The Unitarian Universalist Principles

Ethical Development

  • Making the world a better place by living our values
  • Being in right relationship with each other, the larger community, and the earth

Spiritual Growth

  • Sensing a connection to something larger than ourselves through worship, prayer, and meditation
  • Exploring the wisdom of the world’s religions

Faith Development

  • Finding meaning and purpose in life
  • Exploring personal beliefs and values

Additional Programming

Our Religious-Exploration program is based on the idea that children and youth learn, grow, and flourish in an environment that recognizes and meets different learning styles, individual interests, and developmental stages. Because of this, we offer a variety of experiences for exploring faith and spirituality in addition to age-group-based learning:

  • Children’s Chapel and Worship for All Ages to engender religious identity, experience wonder, and build a sense of community
  • Social-Action Projects to promote ethical development by allowing children to put UU principles into action
  • Kids’ Power Hour each Sunday to acquaint children with one another and share food together
  • Community-building events such as the annual Congregational Picnic, Hanging of the Greens, Spring Egg Hunt, and Sundae Sunday.