Youth RE Updates & Announcements

Each week this month RE will send your family an awesome resource to help keep the whole family engaged with RE and UU with fun activities! This document will have suggestions for activities at home as well as information about any in person or virtual programs, read through carefully so you don’t miss the fun this summer! Check out this week’s awesome resource right here (click to enlarge)! 👉

Want to receive email updates directly from RE? Have questions about RE? Contact our DRE Delena at

Activity Packs

Activity Packs are available, while supplies last, at the UU Fellowship. They are located near the back door in a marked blue bin.

  🧸 Volunteer Opportunities 📚

The youth religious education committee invites new team members, including those with no small kids at home. The team meets on Zoom the first Wednesday of each month at 7 pm. We also welcome volunteers to co-host live events on Zoom Sunday afternoons. Join us at a time of new possibilities and several new formats! 

Interested in volunteering? Please contact our DRE Delena at

Religious Education that’s different? Not indoctrination…

The education director and teachers will help find the group that fits each person best.

  • Nursery care, free play and activities are offered for ages 0-preschool.
  • 2 Breakout groups for grades K-2 and 3-5 that use Unitarian Universalist curriculum to engage elementary students.
  • YOUTH: Middle and high school students meet in breakout sessions depending on current attendance.
  • Since all students are unique, please share your concerns and ideas about which group best fits your child with the RE Coordinator. We work together to shape the best experience for each child. Attending the whole service is always an option for any child or youth.

For more information, contact our RE Coordinator Delena Leon at

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Photo of book being read to children

Sunday morning breakout groups for children and youth offer fun, interactive and caring experiences to explore our unique religious tradition.