Religious Education News

Religious Education at Unitarian Church North will:

  • Give your child a safe place in which to discover and develop his or her spiritual and personal identity.
  • Invite your child into our sanctuary for intergenerational worship opportunities.
  • Teach your child what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist.
  • Offer your child a chance to learn about world religions.
  • Encourage your child to develop friendships and identity within his or her peer group.
  • Offer youth group and social action activities beyond the RE classrooms.
  • Give your child an opportunity to learn in a creative environment.
  • Promote fun!

Religious Education Curriculum for 2013 - 2014

This year our theme is Our Jewish and Christian Heritage and Biblical Literacy. Our children will learn about the major themes and stories of our religious heritage. Children will become familiar with the stories which helped shaped those faiths and our culture. 

NEW this year: First Sunday Worship, one service. UCN will revivie a tradition of worship and fellowship on the first Sunday of the month. Children will attend Children's Chapel during the service, followed by games and playtime. We hope this will become a time of fun and fellowship for all ages. 

Our Middle School group, 6th, 7th and 8th graders will particpate in the popular Neighboring Faiths Curriculum. This is a wonderful opportunity to learn and visit other communities of faith.

Our Senior High group will work with Popcorn Theology, a movie-based curriculum that uses popular films to discuss moral and spiritual issues.