Thanksgiving Food Drive

Lifespan Learning is for Everyone

We engage religious learning by fostering spiritual engagement, practicing being kinder and wiser and making meaning by connecting to the larger world.  We begin on Sunday mornings and go deeper all week long.

Unitarian Universalist religious education offers people of all ages opportunities for:

  • Ethical and values learning
  • Fellowship through multiple connection
  • Spiritual experience with mystery and wonder

Social Justice engagements, worship, service opportunities and trip, fellowship and fun provide the framework from Sunday thru Saturday, year after year:

Exploring the spirit of rock

a preschooler engaging “work” when recreating story;

a third (3rd) grader practicing a hugging meditation as a remedy for brokenness;

seventh (7th) graders strengthening empathy muscles by exploring the immigration experience;

eighth (8th) graders building self-acceptance and self-esteem in our progressive sexuality education program;

high-school youth staging a Murder Mystery fundraiser to raise money for the local food kitchen; and

adults meeting mid-week exploring how race shapes everyone’s life.

We invite you to find what you are looking for in these pages and then connect with the Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Beth Irikura or Associate Director of Religious Education, Laura Piervincenzi. You’re also welcome to drop in on Sunday morning!