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Our religious education classes offer young people up to age 18 the opportunity to explore and develop their own spirituality. Sunday morning classes focus on our UU principles, ethical decision-making, Judeo-Christian heritage, world religions, social justice, science, the environment and other topics related to the world our youth inhabit.
Classes for children in first grade and older are held during our service at 11:00 a.m. each Sunday morning during the school year, with multi-age classes for elementary schoolers throughout the summer. Classes are taught by a cooperative of caring volunteer teachers and assistants, with one of each in every classroom during the lesson. Our religious education program is facilitated by our Director of Religious Education, Chris Johns.