Read about our programs for children and youth.

Read about our adult enrichment programs.


The Director of Religious Education, with the Religious Education Committee plans, advocates, and sets the direction for the religious nurture of our children and youth. The committee also reviews curriculum and provides the framework for the many volunteers who serve as teachers, youth advisors, and assistants for related service projects, worship services, and social events.

The mission of the Religious Education Program of the North Unitarian Universalist Congregation is:

  • To provide children and youth with a liberal religious education
  • To promote a caring and nurturing environment in which children and youth feel safe expressing their feelings and beliefs
  • To encourage exploration of ethics, morals, values and religious beliefs and
  • To foster a sense of belonging to our UU community, the UU church and the world at large so that each child or youth understands that his or her actions can make a difference.

Sunday School Schedule, Visiting, and Intergenerational Worship

There is a staffed nursery in the back of Fellowship Hall available from 8:45 AM-11:45 AM each Sunday during the year and 10:15 AM-11:45 AM during the summer.

Most Sundays, except on special occaisions when our services are Intergenerational, there are religious educations classes available for  children through 6th grade.  Children may either remain in worship with their families or participate in Religious Education classes.  Visitors are encouraged to introduce themselves to the Director of Religious Education, who can be found in the back of Fellowship Hall before worship begins, to discuss what options are best for your family.

On the first Sunday of each month, children start out in the main worship with everyone in the sanctuary at 10:30 AM, and then leave together for their classes.  On the other Sundays the children begin their classes at 10:30 instead of attending worship.