Children’s Religious Education
First Unitarian's Religious Education Program for Children and Youth is an exciting learning experience that aspires to change the world of tomorrow by the way we teach our children and youth today about spirituality, religion, responsibility, community, and the precious home we share with all living things.
Religious Education classes for children and youth cover these broad topics :
The Children's Religious Education program serves PreK - High School. We encourage you to please visit Adult Religious Education for more offerings for older college-age teens, young adults, and adults.
The new Children's Religious Education year began on September 16, 2012, with our first One Room Schoolhouse exploring the question "Who is my Neighbor." You can look at the CRE Sunday Schedule pattern here.
Our One Room Schoolhouses are special, multi-age events held in the RE Assembly Room from 11:15 - 12:15 one Sunday each month. Here you can view our year long One Room Schoolhouse schedule.
The other Sundays of each month, children and youth have CRE classes based on grade. You can take a peek at the Tapestry of Faith curricula for these classes.
Yuuth Groups meet on 1st and 3rd Sundays from 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm.
We are also offering OWL (Our Whole Lives) for twelve and thirteen year old youth. This course will begin on Sunday, October 7, and parents must attend an in-depth orientation on September 22 before enrolling their youth in the OWL course. For more information on OWL, please visit http://www.uua.org/re/owl/.
You can preview registration forms online: