From the earliest age, our religious education program goals focus on self worth, respect for others, instilling a sense of responsibility, and developing an appreciation for the wonders and demands of the world.
Our church school curriculum is founded on Unitarian Universalist principles and traditions but we also explore many other religious traditions. Our goal is to foster an appreciation and awareness for the worth and rights of others, build respect for the natural world, and instill a desire to preserve it.
Classes and activities for children in Kindergarten through 8th Grade take place on Sunday mornings during the Sunday worship service.
High School-aged young adults can choose to attend adult Sunday Worship, help out as group leaders in our church school programs, and participate in a variety of Church activities focused on personal exploration with adult guidance. The High School Youth Group meets regularly on Sunday evenings at 6pm.
Adult religious education workshops and courses are offered regularly, along with many Small Group Ministry opportunities. Recent adult programs have included: New to UU, Conversations with the Bible, and Parents as Resident Theologians.
Church school is offered for all kids ages Kindergarten through 8th Grade during Sunday Worship.
High School Youth Group happens every Sunday evening from 6pm to 7:30pm.
Learning is not just for the kids. Our curriculum features a wide variety of topics in both one-time workshop format and weekly/monthly classes.