Children’s and Youth Religious Education
Wildflower strives to support parents in that role by providing a meaningful religious education program that makes a positive difference in children’s and youth’s lives.
Ages of Children We Serve
What Happens on Sunday?
The Unitarian Universalist faith doesn’t pretend to give children all the answers to the big questions. Unitarian Universalism puts its faith in people’s ability to explore the unknown together.
-Terry Stafford (UU Religous Educator)
Getting Started in Religious Education
Religious Education News/Blog
Roots Class (K-2nd grade) w/Marie: Happy last summer Sunday school class! Thanks to our volunteer for sharing The Koala Who Could book. It was the perfect thinking-about-starting-new-things-for-fall-and-school-plans, on all our minds and hearts in the community. Best...read more
Roots Class (k-2nd) w/Marie: Today was more animal dancing, and in thinking about animals, I decided a snail book was in order in honor of Sarah’s joining us very soon. Hearing about her pet snails has been a continued area of deep interest on the part of the...read more
Roots Class w/Marie: Hello from the Roots class! One of my favorite read alouds jumped off my bookshelf and into the lesson plan this week in following up to thinking together about last week's How to Solve A Problem. Sometimes... things, like our lives under this...read more
Aloha from the Roots class…read more
Roots Class (pre-k to first grade) w/Marie: We’re welcoming grownup helper Cory to our class today. Cory is a first grade teacher and new member at Wildflower and we’re so glad to have you. Thank you for leading the children in a fun greeting this morning- bonjour and...read more
Roots Class (pre-k to first grade) w/Marie: We had another cozy gathering today in the Roots class, celebrating an almost birthday and a half birthday, hearing of a pet that was a little bit lost but then found. I checked in with the group more about our conversation...read more
Roots Class (pre-k to 1st grade) w/Marie: Continuing our quarantine pace and structure, sharing joys and concerns (“rose and thorn”) has become the real centerpiece in our time together. Birthday joy, video game victories, worries about school- all big important...read more
Roots Class (pre-k to first grade) w/Marie: We're continuing our class "new normal" routine, which looks like this: We light the chalice We are Unitarian Universalists with minds that think, hearts that love, and hands that are ready to serve, and welcome and...read more
Roots Class (pre-k to first grade) w/Marie: We spent this rainy morning meeting each other’s cats, talking about signs of spring, and getting some more singing and dancing in for spring. I shared a story about the baby bird my friend found, and kept watch over until...read more
This week we gathered on Zoom for our C/YRE classes. Roots class (pre-k to first grade) w/Marie: Happy Easter, and thank you to the children who gathered with me this morning. I so wanted to share a nice springtime, Easter-y book this morning. Sharing stories seems...read more