Unitarian means holy oneness …
Universalist means all are saved.
Formed in 1961 by a merger of the Universalist Church of America and the American Unitarian Association, Unitarian Universalism is a relatively young denomination. However, our two ‘parents’ have a rich history and both continue to influence our faith development, often in subtle ways. Families can learn about two important people in Unitarian and Universalist history by listening to these recorded stories.
Religious Education on … and Between … Sundays
Our Religious Education Programs for children, youth, and adults will all look and feel a little different as we continue to navigate our way through this unprecedented time of pandemic. Change is happening all around us – and among us. We know that religious education classes may not happen in-person again for quite awhile. We also know that, thankfully, there are many other ways that we can be together, learning and growing as human beings, nourishing our spirits, and creating that beloved community which we have talked and dreamed about.
This Year, we offer “RE Your Way”. Through these different ways, we hope that Fellowship families can find connection and support as you all follow your spiritual paths. Whichever way works best for you and your family is the best way. Try them out, take what you need, and contact the Director of Religious Education, Pam Lepley at email@example.com if there are other ways that our Religious Education Program can help you stay connected. We have plenty of resources available to share and Pam is always happy to meet and talk with you.
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