Welcome to Lifespan Religious Education

NOTE - COVID-19 Update:
Myself and the Children and Youth Religious Education Committee are working to help RE adapt to these new realities. We'll be calling all registered families to check in and see what your current needs are. These calls are also the time to make RE programming suggestions or requests.
Additionally, you'll be receiving twice weekly emails (Tuesday and Friday) with programming updates. Our programming will be online, but inclusive of other kids around the country. Both UU and not. We will have programs at times other than Sunday mornings and activities for different ages. Some programs will be run by me, others will be led by DREs and ministers from around the country. Which will provide a chance to get to know families from around the country.
To help us better communicate and facilitate programming please register your kids and youth here. And fill in this quick survey about communication.
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UUCCSM members and friends of all ages are invited to join an exciting journey of questioning, searching, challenging and wondering about the meaning of life with all its mysteries, great and small. Our Lifespan Religious Exploration Program provides the opportunity for the deeper meanings of life to be explored and experienced in a safe, loving and fun community that is most successful when families attend regularly. We offer a basis for spiritual development, which augments the religious growth and learning each family is engaged in. The goal of our program is to give each young person a firm ground of belief, rooted in our Unitarian Universalist principles, from which they can stretch and grow, question and explore. Together as a religious community we learn love of one another and ourselves, to search for truth with an open mind, and to work to make the world a better place.

Whatever your religious background—or even if you have never participated in a faith community before—there is room in our church for your family. For generations, Unitarian Universalism has welcomed and guided interfaith families, exiles, and seekers. We are enriched by each others’ faith journeys and our liberal religious values.

We invite you to join us as we celebrate “being you and being UU” on Sundays and every day.

For more information, contact our Director of Religious Education, Cleo Anderson, at dre@uusm.org.