Increasing religious and theological diversity through education

Mission Statement: Our purpose is to guide our children and youth in the study of UU principles and heritage, moral values, social responsibility, and diverse religious ideas in a safe and resourceful environment, enabling them to develop their faith understanding as Unitarian Universalists. 





Sunday School (Kindergarten to 5th grade)

Curriculum taught gives students the opportunity to learn more about Unitarian Universalism, our Judeo-Christian heritage, other religions, science as a shared revelation to be celebrated, anti-bullying, acceptance of differing families, as well as have fun with their friends. Sunday School is at 10:30am. 

Nursery​ (Birth to Preschool)

From babes in arms to preschoolers, our inviting nursery is perfect. A preschool class with worship, lesson, activity, and hypoallergenic snack is included for tots old enough to enjoy playing with their friends. We have a changing table, a quiet area to nurse, and a baby safe area. Our nursery is open 9:30am to noon.  Parents are welcome to stay with children in the nursery, or to sit in service with their little ones.

Youth Group (Teens)

Our teen group meets on Sunday mornings in the summer at 10:30am and on Wednesdays at 7pm (September - May).  We have a large and active group of youth in grades 7 through 12. Teens attend field trips to youth conventions and fundraise for a bi-annual trip centering on our religious history and social justice. 





Adult Religious Education

Build Your Own Theology, Cupcakes for the Queen of Heaven, Atheist Discussion Group, Flower Arranging, and Discovering Your Inner Artist are all courses we offer as part of our adult religious education program. These courses are offered on Thursday nights at various times in the year. Click here for information about our current class offerings. 

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