All RE Offerings are now via Zoom


A Unitarian Universalist Montessori-influenced learning space called Spirit Play invites children to engage the story of the human family, stirring their curiosity and creating space to explore their own thinking and responses to the world. The morning concludes with a communal feast and sometimes a trip to the playground.

Sacred Spaces (K-5th Graders)

Our spiritual theme-based learning ministry encourages each participant to teach and reach and create and make and ask and query and share and serve. Children take turns in each learning modality: CREATE, ACT, EXPLORE and PRACTICE allowing for multiple expressions and play with the Unitarian Universalism. Learning is infused with a maker philosophy allowing children to discover and express what they already “know.” All ages begin in the Sanctuary for the beginning of the worship service. Elementary Learners (K-5th) breakout by age groupings (K-2nd; and 3rd-5th, two of each) into MakerSpace learning opportunities related to the monthly spiritual themes.

Middle School (6th and 7th graders)

Our sixth and seventh graders will meet together on Sundays at noon to engage in the curriculum “Heeding the Call: Qualities of a Justice Maker” which focuses on social justice and our faith. Sundays at noon

Wednesdays at 8 pm is fun and connections night.

Coming of Age for 8th grade

In 2020-21 only, our 8th graders will explore a coming of age program just for them. There will be videos and mini-projects that are self-paced. Our zoom sessions will be for sharing and discussing.

Wednesdays at 8 pm is fun and connections night.

Our Whole Lives (OWL) – NOTE – No OWL classes will be offered in 2020-21

This curriculum teaches 8th grade participants to make informed and responsible decisions about their sexual health and behavior. It equips participants with accurate, age-appropriate information in: sexuality, sex, sensuality, anatomy, friendships, dating, communication, health care and more.

Grounded in a holistic view of sexuality, Our Whole Lives not only provides facts about anatomy and human development, but also helps participants clarify their values, build interpersonal skills, and understand the spiritual, emotional, and social aspects of sexuality. Note: Permission from parents is required for this class, and parents or guardians must attend a parent/guardian orientation.

High School Youth Group

Our high school youth group Sunday time is youth-directed and adult assisted. Youth choose topics to learn about and discuss from current issues to world religions. They also use this time to bond as a group, do social justice projects, and projects that serve the congregation.

Sundays at 4 pm.