Our Religious Exploration (RE) programs welcome and affirm all families.
While Unitarian Universalists have a set of guiding Principles, we are each free to develop our own theology. Children and youth may or may not believe in a god, and their beliefs may change over time. Our programs embrace and model theological diversity.
Young people ages four to 20 may explore and develop their own values and beliefs through play, art, stories, music, spiritual practices and thoughtful conversation, during children's RE and youth groups. Child care is provided during church services for younger children.
Director of Lifespan Faith Development Andrea provides an "RE 101" in her September 2015 Communicator column.
Parents and Families
We welcome and value families of all configurations, and provide opportunities to be in community, learn, and grow in faith together.
We affirm that parents are their children’s primary religious and sexuality educators. We provide support for these roles, and for their own spiritual development.
Watch for opportunities for parents to connect with each other, for families to bond together, and for the entire congregation to create multigenerational community.
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- To subscribe to the Youth e-news for youth, their parents, and advisors, click here
- If you are between 18 and 35, click here to subscribe to the Young Adult e-news
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Ready to Volunteer?
Click here to sign up, or chat with Andrea James, Director of Lifespan Faith Development, if you have questions. A Child Abuse Registry check and signed Code of Ethics will be required.
Our Vision Statement for Religious Exploration, 2008