Our Religious Education provides you and your family experiential opportunities to help grow spiritually, build stronger families, improve relationships and build a better world. Classes for children and youth happen during the church service.

Ways You Can Help

People like you are the Teachers who form the backbone of our religious education program. It is an exciting and rewarding experience. You generally teach in a team so your Sunday teaching schedule is flexible for you and your family’s needs. Teaching gives you the opportunity to be with the younger segment of our community, to make an important contribution to the whole, to learn more about Unitarian Universalism, and to meet other adults in our community. Most teachers volunteer for two to three Sundays per month from September through May.

Nursery care is available from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. for infants through three-year olds.

Elementary School

Theme Based Exploration — Using stories that illustrate the theme of the month, this multi-age class rotates throughout the month to different ways of expressing themselves in relation to the theme. Graphic arts, drama, food preparation, needle arts, music and other experiential activities encourage your child n to have fun and get involved while integrating their thoughts about the topic.

Middle and high school students (grades 6-12)

Our tweens and teens use a curriculum whose goal is creative empowerment; helping your child discover themselves as creators and as one with positive and universal creative forces. Your child will be enriching their experiences with course-relevant questions from the nine annual church themes (changes yearly).

Our Whole Lives (OWL) Sexuality Education for Youth is all about comprehensive and accurate sexuality education for youth, and is offered in conjunction with the Houston Cluster of UU Churches. These courses are part of a lifelong Unitarian Universalist program to provide a healthy and responsible understanding of our identity, behavior, and relationships with partners.

Young Religious Unitarian Universalists (YRUU)

Helps your high school aged youth develop leadership skills as they socialize with their UU peers both inside and outside our church. Youth active in the church have the opportunity to attend regional youth events.