UU Lifelong Learning
We provide children and adults opportunities to explore and reflect in a nurturing spiritual community. Our Religious Exploration programs encourage personal growth that is:
- ethical: internalizing and enacting enduring values like justice, equity, and compassion
- social: connecting with people of all ages with respect for their inherent worth and dignity
- spiritual: engaging in a free and responsible search for truth and meaning
Children and Youth
Our programs for children and youth engage our younger members in discussion, crafts, music, gardening, scientific experiments, service projects, and more! We have a lot of fun and some deep conversations. The Director of Religious Exploration and a team of volunteers use the Tapestry of Faith program from the Unitarian Universalist Association as a framework. Children’s programs are typically offered during our Sunday worship service. You can contact our Director at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Our Adult Religious Education Committee develops programs based on congregational needs and interests. We share these programs in our weekly announcements and newsletter, as events on the website, and on our Facebook page. You’ll learn a lot and meet lovely people!