Children’s Religious Education
“…the great end in religious education is to awaken the soul, to excite and cherish spiritual life.” –William Ellery Channing
Do you want your children to:
- Get a well-rounded, open-minded, multicultural religious education?
- Explore more than one way to develop their spirituality?
- Learn about and respect the many ways people experience the sacred?
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Find what you are looking for with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura Children’s Religious Education (RE) program.
Each Sunday, a committed and enthusiastic team of volunteer teachers and parents create a safe place for children to explore their religious lives.Together we worship, explore the principles, sources and traditions of our UU faith and use our bodies, hearts and minds to express ourselves and create beauty. UUCV is a place that can nurture your entire family’s spiritual life.
We are a congregation of open hearts and open minds, and we welcome you and your family with open arms.
General Program Information
Children’s Religious Education (RE) classes are available for children year round, with child care provided in the nursery/toddler room. Children of our members, guests and visitors are all welcome.
Explore the links below to find out about the different classes offered.
From September through May, children receive age-appropriate experiences to let them begin to develop a spiritual and ethical foundation for their lives. Classes take place during worship services until 11:15 a.m.
During summer (June – August) children join together in one RE class. RE classrooms are located at the back of Berg Hall (past the Sanctuary) for grades Pre-K through 8. Teens (grades 9-12) meet in the Garage off of the front entrance hallway.