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Image of children working in garden with words May Your Life Preach More Loudly Than Your Lips by William Ellery Channing

“May Your Life Preach More Loudly Than Your Lips” – created by Laura Evonne Steinman of UU Media Works

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION FOR ALL
Sunday School & Spiritual Growth for Kids & Youth + Adult Classes

We are currently offering Sunday Circles for children, youth, and adults. Children learn age-appropriate applications of Unitarian Universalist principles, in classes sometimes referred to as Sunday school, such as respect for all persons, and about our sources of wisdom and inspiration, including the religions of the world. Older children and teens get learning, leadership, worship, social action and community-building opportunities. Youth, parents, and advisors work together to create the program for the year.

Drawing of tree showing roots with Thoreau quote One is wise to cultivate the tree which is the fruit of our soul

Design by Jessica Ferguson of UU Media Works. Click for larger view.

The goal of UU religious education for children and youth is to guide them to become their best selves by living out UU values and ethics (which builds character), and to educate them about different religious beliefs to guide them on their own lifetime search for truth and meaning (and spirituality). This is an important foundation to answer the big questions and make important decisions in life.

We have had courses that will help you build your own theology, write your spiritual autobiography and learn more about the religious traditions that Unitarian Universalism draws from (see our calendar for current classes). Also, see Why Come To Our Church?

See More Information about Religious Education & Religion & Education pertaining to this church through these sermons:

Sharing Our Theologies

Is This the UU “Good Book”? (Our hymnals & spiritual, meaningful music)

The Church That Says Come In

Listening, A Sacred Practice

 ”Knock Knock”

Diversity in Relationships

Building Your Own Theology (BYOT) II: My Experience in the… Building Your Own Theology Class

 

 

 

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