Lifespan Religious Education
We believe that faith formation is a lifelong process. Religious Education (RE) provides a structure to intentionally focus on spiritual growth, UU identity development, and values-based social change for children, youth, and adults.
- We stand for social justice.
- We are welcoming and inclusive to all.
- We accept you wherever you are on your faith journey.
- We care for our earth.
- We nurture one another.
For children, basic religious education experiences are available on Sunday mornings during most worship services. Children participate in the first part of worship with their families, typically leaving with their teachers after the Time for All Ages. At this time we offer three choices for children: Childcare in Room 108 (ages 0 – 3), Spirit Play in Room 105 (ages 4-6) and Kids’ Club in Room 208 (ages 7-12).
In addition, we offer electives for children and youth that focus on specific themes and topics. To learn more about religious education opportunities for children and youth, please see this page.
Adult religious education is offered at various times throughout the year, focusing on many aspects of spiritual and religious growth. For a complete listing of current programs, please see this page.
If you have questions or ideas you’d like to share, or you’d like to be involved with our RE programming, contact Stephanie Kimball, Director of Lifespan Religious Education.