“To us, family is a big tent. Family means chosen family, family of origin, second family, blended family, adoptive family, extended family. Family means two married men with three cats, a grandmother raising her granddaughter, a single adult with far-flung siblings, and a man and a woman with four kids. We celebrate the full spectrum of sexual orientations and gender identities that families include. We nurture all kinds of families, helping families be resilient and loving.” – UUA Website

Religious Education for our children and youth is offered at the 10:00 am service.

In a typical month, our education plan for children generally includes Children Chapel and Spiritual practices, with the two curricular Sunday, and Faith in Action.

Religious Education class time: 10:00-11:15 am

Children start at the service with the congregation and are invited to participate in the “Time for All Ages” portion of the service, then led by their teachers out to their programs.

Dismissal Time: After RE classes, parents and caregivers of children younger than 3rd grade are asked to meet children immediately at the conclusion of class. Children and youth in 3rd grade and beyond are dismissed on their own.


High school-age UUs put our faith into action every day by daring to be real, showing acceptance and support, leading with courage, and acting for justice.

After all, what is religion for if it isn’t about changing your life—and changing the world—for the better?

High School age Young Religious Unitarian Universalists (YRUU) meet during the 10:00 am service on Sundays in the Church Lounge.

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OWL – Our Whole Lives – Sexuality Education

Adult Religious Education