• In everything we say and do, we want to be a sanctuary for our children and youth, allowing them to explore and grow in their spirituality.
  • In everything we say and do, we want to facilitate their own advocacy and advocate on behalf of our children and youth in the congregation, including ensuring that we have adequate and appropriate space and a welcoming social environment.
  • In everything we say and do, we want to grow in our own and share with our children our UU faith and principles. 

Our shared values

  • We will do this with compassion, fairness, responsibility, and sustainability.

To learn more about our Unitarian Universalist approach to religious education, please view our pages here. If you are interested in becoming part of our growing Children and Youth Religious Education Program, please contact our committee chair at

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Revised as of June 7, 2015


(d) Children and Youth Religious Education Committee

The Children and Youth Religious Education Committee should consist of a Chair and four or more Members or
Friends of the Congregation. The Religious Education Committee shall:
(i) implement, oversee, and evaluate the religious education program for children and youth.
(ii) recommend to the Board and implement policies regarding registration and enrollment procedures, age groupings, safety and playground regulations, supervision, and parental involvement.
(iii) plan inter-generational events and celebrations in collaboration with the Director of Religious Education, the Worship Committee and Minister.