Programs for Children and Youth

You’ve heard it so often because it’s true: Children are our future. That’s why we offer a variety of enriching programs and activities for the youngest members of our church community and their families. Our programs for children and youth are under the supervision of our Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Jesi Laughlin. The Children’s Religious Education (RE) committee and other church members assit in planning and carrying out the programs.

This year children and youth will divide up in three age groups to delve a little deeper into their Unitarian Universalist Identity.

PreK thru third graders will experience Spirit Play, a Montessori inspired UU curriculum. 

Kindergarten and first graders will also have the opportunity to take Our Whole Lives, OWL, a lifespan sexuality curriculum.

Fourth thru sixth graders will participate in a skills based antiracism curriculum called Jubilee Kids for part of the year and have the opportunity to take their level of OWL as well. Alternate programming will be available for those who do not wish to attend.

Middle and High School youth will learn about the faiths and traditions of several world religions while deepening their understanding of their UU faith in Crossing Paths.

For more information and to be added to our family email and Facebook groups, contact Jesi Laughlin at: 


Your family has its own UUnique spark and we would love to have you share it with us.  Sign up to read the chalice lighting words & light the chalice in the sanctuary.  By centering families in this way we demonstrate how important they are to our church. See Jesi Laughlin with questions. Sign up in the RE Commons or online by clicking on the image to the right.


Take a moment to register your kids and youth for Religious Education in 2023-24.  The Religious Education program is preparing for the new year with programming to support your children and their developing faith at every level.   Complete online by clicking the image below or fill out a hard copy at church.  See Jesi Laughlin, DLRE with questions.