Religious Education & Registration

Come into this space…

In a time with so much uncertainty and distance, many of us are feeling overwhelmed and disconnected from the communities that are the most essential in holding us in the toughest of times. This year for Religious Education, participants will be a part of WBUUC@Home; a re-drawing of the sacred circle to connect all of us, in all of our distant locations, to build beloved community.

Whether your family participates in Worship@Home, or your child attends chapel or youth group each week, we hope that you will find something to help you remember the light of love that travels with you always.

Amy Peterson Derrick, Director of Religious Education | dre@wbuuc.org
Nico Van Ostrand, Assistant Director of Religious Education | reassistant@wbuuc.org

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Download Virtual Religious Education Programs Flyer

 
Worship@Home | All Ages 
Worship@Home is a tool kit to empower families on their own faith formation journey by providing the supplies and tips needed to help those in your circle engage in our Sunday morning worship service right from home. Households that register for Worship@Home will receive a starter kit and engaging monthly activity packets.

Children’s Chapel | Sundays at 2pm | Prek-5th
Children will gather on zoom each Sunday afternoon to make friends, practice building covenantal community, and have fun!
Chapel participants will also receive a starter kit, monthly worship activity packet, and an a chapel packet. Begins September 20.

Youth Groups | Twice a month, Sundays @ 11:30am | 6th-12th
Join us as we check-in with one another, play games, and have deep discussions. Grades 6-12 will gather approximately twice each month in the same zoom room, then divide up into separate rooms for Junior high and High School.

Coming of Age | 9th Grade
Coming of Age is a rite of passage program unique to Unitarian Universalism that celebrates our youth as they make the transition from childhood into youthhood and into spiritual maturity and responsibility.

UU congregations all over the globe celebrate their Coming of Age youth by setting aside special space for youth to engage in reflection, discernment, and celebration alongside adult mentors who help guide them. Families often identify this class as a deep and meaningful bonding experience for the whole family. Our hope is that you and your youth will emerge from the group with increased confidence, self-awareness, and skills for living well with spirit and purpose.

 

Register for WBUUC Religious Education