Children & Youth Religious Education
Hearts, Minds & Spirits
New to us? Click here to find out more about what you and your children can expect from UUFP's Religious Education program.
New to Unitarian Universalism? Take a look at the UUA's Religious Education page to find out more about how our denomination approaches Religious Education.
Looking for more than Sunday School? Try the links below to learn about the different programs we have available.
Have you updated your Child's Profile?
Print the form below and return it to
Joanne Dingus, DRE, via e-mail or in person at your child's next class.
This Sunday: November 19, 2017
Available each Sunday morning.
Nursery Staff: Bill & Mary Elizabeth Cotton
Ages: 0-3 years old ~ Time: 9:15-12:30 p.m.
Our nursery is staffed by two loving care givers each week. They will work with you and your child to provide a happy and safe atmosphere. Please remember to sign your child in and out each Sunday.
This Weeks Children’s Focus
"Guest at Your Table"
Guest at Your Table is an annual intergenerational program that raises support for and awareness about the work of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee. Since UUSC works in over 25 countries, with over 75 grassroots partners, there are thousands of individuals involved in and who benefit from the work that our members make possible. GAYT is an opportunity to celebrate grassroots partnership, support human rights, and learn about just four of these individuals – the “guests” in Guest at Your Table.
11:15 a.m. for children ages 3-7
We will be offering Spirit Play classes again this year for our younger children at the 11:15 service.
9:30 a.m. for children ages 3-12 and
11:15 a.m. for children ages 8-11
In Windows and Mirrors (multi-age class) with Joanne, children will explore the concept of duty and the importance of jobs that serve the greater good. They will hear a Hindu story of Arjuna, a warrior called to lead a war he does not want to fight. They will create cards to add to the Veteran’s Halloween care packages.
Home Activity: Talk about people in your community who perform needed services, particularly risky, unpleasant, or difficult jobs. What are some ways to express appreciation for these “Dirty Jobs,” that must be done?
In Spirit Play (ages 3-7) with Joanne, children will hear the story, The Two Sisters: A Thanksgiving Story from the Capilanos of North America. They will make centerpieces for the Fellowship Thanksgiving dinner.
Home Activity: Make a placemat for your Guest at Your Table box to sit on.
In Windows and Mirrors (ages 8-11) with Tara, see description above.
The middle and high school students will meet in the office building front room with Pam. Special guest visit by Rev. Andrew Millard.