Raising Inclusive and Justice-Minded UU Children:
Stories, Activities, and Discussions

This year, our Religious Exploration program is offering a remote Zoom gathering for all families on Sunday mornings at 9 a.m. Using a multi-age curriculum, each week we present lessons appropriate to our times and our UU faith, a faith of justice whose first principle calls us to honor the inherent worth and dignity of every person.

As we explore challenging topics and embark on difficult conversations, we will bring love, equality, empathy, vision, inclusivity, and justice to the forefront in uplifting and empowering ways. 

In addition, gatherings for middle school students (grades 6 & 7) and Youth Group (grades 8 and up) will take place outside in a socially distant manner on Sunday afternoons. Please take a look at our Weekly Update for more details on all of our activities.

Welcome Message from Religious Exploration Director Robin Mitzcavitch

When we regather in person, we will return to offering Religious Exploration classes for children (from preschool to middle school) on Sunday mornings during the worship service. Special programming also will return – including our Coming of Age program (offered every other year), the Our Whole Lives (OWL) human sexuality curriculum and the Lessons of Loss course.

Nursery (Birth – age 3)

Spirit Play (Pre-K/Kindergarten)

Our Whole Lives (OWL)

Youth Group (Grades 9-12)

For more information contact Robin Mitzcavitch, RE Director