Heritage Universalist Unitarian Church

Education for Children


On Sundays we offer age appropriate Religious Education for pre-school through eighth grade.  We also have a nursery and childcare for our youngest ones.


The mission of Children’s Religious Education at HUUC is to nurture spiritual growth and to support diverse religious journeys.  From preschooler through eighth grade, our RE program guides our children through learning experiences designed to help them understand what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist, and to give them a grounding in the major religions of the world, including Christianity and Judaism.


Please spend some time browsing our Children’s section, which details what you can expect on Sunday mornings, as well as the current curriculum, and programs, such as Our Whole Lives (OWL) and Age of Reason.

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Registration: Online registration is available to register both children and youth for Heritage’s Religious Education classes.  Register now.


Permission Forms: For parents of High School Youth, the general activity, permission, and emergency contact form helps the church have needed contact, medical and insurance information. Fill this out once. If there are any changes in insurance, phone numbers, or e-mail addresses, be sure to turn in an updated form. Download the Activity Form

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Education for Youth


Young Religious Universalist Unitarians (YRUU) attend the High School Youth Group (grades 9-12). This group provides opportunities for youth to engage in community building, leadership, and learning opportunities through the avenues of worship, friendship, food, music, games and social action.


The group usually meets on the first and third Sunday mornings of the month, September through May. The summer schedule varies and includes a weekend planning retreat.  The Youth Group meets other times throughout the year, for social action projects, movies and other fun activities.  Learn more.


Youth Conferences, or cons, are another opportunity for youth to take on leadership roles within the district.  Five youth conferences are hosted throughout the year.  Youth conferences provide opportunities to form lasting relationships with youth and adults in the district.

Education for Adults


Exploring religious truth, meaning and experience is central to Unitarian Universalist faith.  In communities and as individuals we seek lives of meaning anchored by values. We want to deepen in spirit and nurture our souls; we strive to contribute to and shape the wider world for the greater good.  We recognize that we are part of an interdependent web of life.   To these ends, the Adult Program Council provides a wide variety of classes, programs, and activities.


Our Sunday Discussion Forum, classes, and Chalice Circles are all ways one can strengthen self and community. 

Other activities that foster adult spiritual growth can be found in the Community section of this website. They include Meditation, Yoga, Drumming, and Choir.  Learn more about Adult Education.