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Parents and caregivers are attracted to Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregations for the partnership we offer in raising children who will become kind, respectful, fair-minded, caring, and strong enough to stand up for what is right. Through religious education programs and the inclusion of children in worship, social justice work, and multigenerational gatherings, our communities reinforce what parents teach at home. We nurture truth-seeking, spirituality, and progressive moral values that will continue to shape and support our children as they grow.


Children’s programming usually occurs on Sunday mornings. Lakeshore Unitarian Universalist Fellowship has a nursery for babies and toddlers during worship and offer age-specific programs from preschool on up.  It is common for a UU religious education program to combine story, song, art, movement, discussion, and play in order to engage children with many learning styles and activity levels. Program content varies from congregation to congregation. 


Beginning September 2016

"Morals Tales"

Each session will be based on one of the Unitarian Universalist Principles and will include a story and short project.

Ages 4-10

The program is led by Claudia Dunn
with assistance from Lydia Yang,

Ginny Finnel & Sandy Bast


Infant and toddler care provided during the service.



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