Religious Education for Children
Unitarian Universalism refers to their "Sunday school" program as Religious Education, because children learn about a large variety of topics, including other religions. We offer Sunday morning Religious Education for Preschool through High School on the following schedule:
- Religious Education Classes for all Children and Youth begins at 10:00am
- Our Senior Youth meet for class on the First and Third Sunday. Other opportunities for fellowship and service projects are offered throughout the year
- In the summer, childcare is offered for babies and young children.
The purpose of Religious Education at Unitarian Church North is to nurture and minister to the children of our church community and to provide opportunities for our children and youth to actively engage in the process of forming religious beliefs and values into action.
Director of Religious Education
Reverend Joyce Palmer is our Director of Religious Education. Rev. Palmer has extensive teaching experience and a natural gift for working with children.
Learn more about Rev. Palmer
We use email communication nearly exclusively to share information about upcoming events, special projects, class news, and volunteer scheduling. Please check your email regularly.
We require registration forms for all children and youth from Preschool through High school. Please complete the registration form with all requested information. We request a supply fee of $75.00/ child, $125 for two and $175 for three or more. The fee does not cover program expenses; it covers the cost of supplies for classroom and some special project expenses. If there is a special situation which makes it difficult to pay the full registration fee, please contact the Director of Religious Education so that arrangements can be made.
Ours is a cooperative program. The program depends on volunteer teachers, coordinators, and committee members to make it work. We are grateful to the volunteers who contribute their time and talent to the children and youth of this congregation.