Religious Education for Children and Youth

2017-18 Religious Education Classes

Registration and Safety Requirements

Registration Form

Volunteer Screening Form (to print)

Safe Congregation Policy

If you have any questions, please contact Teresa Putnam, Director of Lifespan Faith Development.

Nursery Care for Babies and Toddlers up to Age Four

The nursery is staffed by childcare providers during Sunday morning worship services. We hope each child develops a sense of belonging in this warm and welcoming place.


The preschool class for three- and four-year-olds is exploring the Chalice Children curriculum. Students engage in spiritual seeking, develop their openness to sharing, and experience the benefit of a supportive community.

K-4th Grades 

Children in a K-2nd class and a 3-4th class experience workshops on our church's themes of the month.


5th - 6th Grades

This year's 5th and 6th graders are exploring qualities of our UU faith such as integrity, courage, and love and how these can be used to build their own faith.

7th-8th Grades

7th-8th graders alternate each year between the Our Whole Lives (OWL) comprehensive sexuality education program and the Coming of Age program to explore life’s big questions and articulate personal values and beliefs. This year's 7th and 8th graders have begun the Our Whole Lives curriculum that helps youth gain the knowledge, values, and skills to lead sexually healthy, responsible lives. For more information about this invaluable program, contact Teresa Putnam, Director of Lifespan Faith Development.

7th and 8th grade youth "Coming of Age" in 2017

High School

The high school youth, with the support of adult advisors, determine their own activities and goals for the year. Typically, they engage in social action, community building, worship, and leadership development.

All parents and guardians who are raising children up to age 18 are welcome to join our UU Lansing Parents Facebook group.