Learning for All Ages
Regardless of your age, we offer opportunities to explore, reflect, and learn in a nurturing spiritual community. Unitarian Universalist Adult Enrichment and Religious Education classes are inspiring. They offer:
- Ethical growth – internalizing enduring values like justice, equity, and compassion, and gaining tools to act on them in everyday life.
- Social growth – connecting with peers and people of all ages on a deeper level. Finding acceptance among people who see beyond the superficial.
- Spiritual growth – connecting to the sacred within, among, and beyond us.
Our Adult Enrichment and Religious Education programs include worship opportunities, social justice activities, service trips, fellowship, and fun. Our minister, parents, volunteers from the congregation, and guest instructors teach our classes. By teaching, we deepen our own faith.
Learning for Children
We offer Religious Education programs for children and youth on Sunday morning.
On a given Sunday our preschoolers might be singing songs about kindness while the second graders listen to a story about loss and bereavement. At the same time, the fifth graders are learning about the world’s great religions. Seventh graders might be learning about responsibility in a lesson from our progressive sexuality education program (called OWL). Finally, high-school youth could be raising money for the local homeless shelter. Typical Religious Education curriculum for children.
We also offer fun activities for children and youth during the week.
Children’s religious education programs are typically offered on Sunday mornings, and high school youth and adult programs are usually offered on afternoons or evenings.
Learning for Adults
Our classes and wide-ranging Roundtable Discussions for adults are important education experiences that explore new ideas. All classes and discussions affirm and promote Unitarian Universalist principles.
The classes address four areas that are particularly important for balanced spiritual development:
- Unitarian Universalist history and faith development;
- Physical and emotional well-being;
- Personal and spiritual awareness; and,
- Social awareness and justice.
Our adult classes and discussions are open to the community. Come explore and learn with us.