we offer a vibrant, active Religious Education program for children
and youth from infancy to high school graduation. Our classes use
contemporary educational methods and up-to-date spiritual and ethical
materials. We foster questioning minds, loving hearts, and helping
hands. We provide a progressive and evolving spiral of material
about the Judeo-Christian tradition, the wisdom of our world religious
heritage, and our own Unitarian and Universalist history, practices,
and principles. We have an attentive Nursery, age-appropriate ideas,
and stimulating activities for each age level. During the public school year,
children and youth join us for the early portion of our Sunday Services.Children and youth are welcome at all our church
social events, educational opportunities, and community service
we provide are carefully chosen to give our youth a broad understanding
of Unitarian Universalism by becoming familiar with its purposes
and principles, its traditions and historical figures so that they
learn to embrace a liberal religious identity. We are committed to providing
opportunities for our youth to reach out to engage the world
with understanding and compassion.
public school year, children and youth are invited to sit with their
parents or friends as the church service begins at The
minister then calls the children
to the front of the Chapel, where they sit together and participate
in a brief Children's Focus before departing to their classrooms as the congregation sings them a farewell
is provided year round for infants and toddlers through age 3. Ann Godreau is our professional childcare associate
who is in the Nursery from to , every Sunday. We are also committed to offering childcare whenever
parents would like to attend church functions.Childcare may be arranged by calling the church office at
725-8133, 48 hours in advance of the need.
courses are offered on Wednesday evenings throughout the church year.CheckTHE BEACON for class topics,
teachers, and beginning dates. Also, click here for weekly announcements listing recent additions or schedule changes. Every Sunday morning from , our adult discussion
group, “Playing with Ideas,” meets in the AnthonyRoom, and a Bible
Study group meets in the Fletcher Room.
for our latest RE Brochure. For other brochures
regarding our programs, curricula, or special events contact Kelly Harris Kurth, our Director
of Religious Education, at 725-8133 or email her at email@example.com.
We are an intentionally diverse religious community,
welcoming people from different races, religious backgrounds, ideological
outlooks, genders, family statuses, sexual preferences, and ethnic heritages.