Children begin to understand Unitarian Universalist (UU) principles, both in theory and practice, through our age-appropriate religious exploration classes. UU Principles for Children

During each Sunday's class, children explore religious and spiritual themes and spend time together to build community. Teachers help each child develop a personal search for truth and meaning through storytelling, art, music, drama, dance, writing, sharing, and play. Several times throughout the church year, special worship services are created by and for our children.


Nursery care is available during the 10:30 a.m. Sunday service.

Nursery, Toddlers, Pre-School, K-1

Glynda Christian, M.Ed, MLIS, comes from the Boston area and is a lifelong UU. She has a central interest in understanding the role of the seven principles in our lives, and uses ceremony, singing, dancing, stories, art, and nature walks to introduce little ones to the interconnected web of all existence. This is the time to learn just who a UU is, what the seven principles mean in real life, and how they apply to each of us. We include some ceremony, some singing, a bit of dancing, a lot of stories, and always healthy snacks every Sunday morning! More...

Grades 2-6

This group explores UU values through creative and compassionate small group interaction. The focus now is democracy and empowerment. The fall curriculum has a social justice focus based on the Harry Potter series.

Grades 7-12

Students come together to put their UU values into action, clarify their personal beliefs, and deepen their friendships with each other.
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Questions about our Religious Exploration Programs? Email the Director of Religious Exploration at