We offer programs for children, youth and adults to help them along their spiritual paths. Our programs are developed to be age appropriate and offer a safe and welcoming place to explore our growing and deepening spirituality and to learn to live our faith.
Unitarian Universalism affirms and promotes a free and responsible search for truth and meaning. Questions are encouraged and diversity of belief enriches all of us. Our programs are based on the belief that the search for truth and meaning is a lifelong search. We believe that one of the roles of a faith community is to offer opportunities to grow deep roots connecting us to our heritage as Unitarian Universalists and to provide experiences that allow us each to stretch and grow spiritually and personally.
Our programs for children and youth provide a safe setting in which to explore their own values and spirituality, develop their identity as Unitarian Universalists, learn about the lives and faiths of others, and discover that they can make a difference in the world.
Our educational programs for adults meet throughout the week. The mission of our adult program is to provide programs that help individuals understand what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist, to broaden our understanding of our own spirituality and that of other faith traditions, and to provide opportunities for individuals to grow from their interaction with others in a safe intimate environment.
The First Unitarian Universalist Church was originally founded as a Sunday School for both children and adults in 1873 and since that time we have been committed to keeping religious education central to the life of this congregation.
Come grow with us!
Director of Religious Education