Children (Nursery-6th Grade)

Fall Trimester: Sept 7–Nov. 30
Focus: Unitarian Universalism

Childcare for infants — 36 months is offered each Sunday at 9 and 11 am. Our nursery is lovingly staffed by our paid child care providers with occasional assistance from parents and youth. We hope you and your child will find our nursery to be a warm, friendly environment where they may find a playful introduction to Unitarian Universalism.

Preschool Group
Celebrating Me and My World Our primary focus with children this age is to make them comfortable with each other and their teachers and ease their separation from their parents. This curriculum is designed to provide a variety of stories and activities that will develop a positive self-image and engage children in the joy of sharing and being in a group. It provides experiences and opportunities to grow in trust and caring, and develop a sense of being connected with all of life.


Kindergarten & 1st Grade
Free to Believe The goals of this class include becoming familiar with the Unitarian Universalist principles, connecting those with their own lives, and understanding that church is a place where all are valued for who they are.

Grades 2 & 3
Faithful Journeys Participants embark on a pilgrimage of faith, exploring how Unitarian Universalism translates into life choices and everyday actions. Faithful Journeys demonstrates that our Principles are not a dogma, but a credo that individuals can affirm with many kinds of action.

Grades 4 & 5
Windows and Mirrors This curriculum uses the metaphor of windows and mirrors to help children better understand themselves in relation to others. We will introduce the reality and the impact of multiple perspectives and multiple experiences as we live in this world and help our children develop empathy, open-mindedness and respect for differences, seen and unseen.

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Amazing Grace: Exploring Right and Wrong The purpose of this curriculum is to help them move safely through the teen years, where they are pulled in many directions. The idea is to use stories, activities discussion and more to help them address such questions as: Why do bad things happen? Who am I?

See programs for junior high and senior high youth

If you have questions about our religious education classes call the church office at 651.426.2369 or email