Children are an integral part of the faith community at the Upper Delaware Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.
Multi-generational services,led by Consulting Minister Laurie Stuart, are scheduled for the first Sunday of the month. The lively services are designed to engage both children and adults.
Beginning in January, the Fellowship is launching a home-study course called "Dragon Club." Using an 26-part epic tale created by UU Minister Rev. Elizabeth Stevens, called "The Quest of the Rainbow Dragons," participants in Dragon Club will read the tale and do the accompanying tasks at home and then come together on the third Sunday of each month to share their experience and explore the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism.
January 16 Parent's meeting
Here are some useful links:
Unitarian Universalist Association
Check out the Religious Education curriculum, programs for adult spiritual exploration, and bookstore.
Umbrella organization for Ethical Culture. Go to website library and then religious education
Teaching for Tolerance: Multicultural and Social Justice materials
Parenting Beyond Belief
The book "Raising Free thinkers: A Practical Guide for Parenting Beyond Belief" has a lists of resources and activities and a wonderful chapter on why education about religion matters for even secular families.