We eagerly welcome new faces in all of our classes. You can learn more about what happens in each session by exploring our calendar of events or at the activities for families page. If you are ever interested in sitting in on a class with your child, please come on in; we are happy to have you. If you’re new to our community, here’s some helpful info to plan your visit.

The following religious education classes begin September 25!


Toddler Time

toddler timeYoung children between the ages of 1 and 4 gather together for a brief religious education session to explore the month’s worship theme in story and song. Afterwords they enjoy playtime in Skytown. Childcare is also available for young children before and after the Toddler Time class.


Picture Book Religion: K-1st Grade

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The 4th Unitarian Universalist principle affirms the “Free and Responsible search for Truth and Meaning”. Learning and engaging with a variety religious and spiritual traditions and expressions is vital to the development of open and affirming young minds. This Fall, K-1st graders will explore World Religions, Judeo-Christian stories, and UU traditions through picture books! This will be an engaging time of activity, creativity, and learning. Learn more…


Faithful Journeys: 2nd-3rd Grade

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Interacting with stories from our Sources which illuminate our UU Principles strengthens children’s UU identity. From stories about contemporary Unitarian Universalists and stories from our faith heritage, children learn how UU faith helps us empathize with others and affirm the inherent worth and dignity of every  person. Learn more…


Windows and Mirrors: 4th-5th Grade

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What does it mean to fully embrace diversity? Often, in our communities we want diversity, but often fail to embrace all the experiences and viewpoints in our communities as respectfully or as wholly as we might. Sometimes we fail to even see differences among us. Examining differences requires looking into our own lives and hearts which can be difficult and uncomfortable. “Windows and Mirrors” allows for exploration and examination into what it means to celebrate all that we are and therefore allow for differences and authenticity to shine bright. Learn more…


Childcare is also available for children in Skytown on Sundays.

The well-being of young people is important to us. All of our volunteers undergo background checks and training. Lean more about our safety policies here.