What Does UU Religious Education Look Like?
For Unitarian Universalists, religious education programs include more than classes. Programs may incorporate social justice and community service activities, worship opportunities, or creating art to share with the congregation.
Children and Youth Programming
Children’s religious education programs are typically offered on Sunday mornings. You might find preschoolers singing a song about making new friends, elementary aged children engaging with a story about loss and bereavement, or older youth speaking to the congregation about their plan to raise money for a local homeless shelter.
For more details, see Children's Religious Education.
Adults experience spiritual growth through one of our many Covenant Groups or an Adult religious education classes.
Joining a Covenant Group is a great place to get to know other people and to get to know yourself. In a Covenant Group, groups of 10-12 people meet regularly to reflect on and discuss significant life topics. Over time, participants build deep connections with one another, with the congregation and with the sacred. See Covenant Groups.
New UUs, consider joining the Faith Formations class, see Adult Religious Education.