Children & Youth
A group of LUF parents and friends plan monthly gatherings, often outdoors, for all ages, from pre-schoolers through teens. This combines our UU principles with fun. Interested in helping out? Contact the office 344-5980
Welcome families with young children. Willa Kargbo is an experienced childcare provider who offers supervised childcare downstairs. Children are also welcome to remain for the service. NEW! A speaker is available for downstairs, so children can play and parents who wish to be close by can still hear the service.
…Also, stay tuned for more details on a Book Club geared toward teens and pre-teens.
The LUF Religious Exploration program loves to help everyone discover more about the world, and themselves. We recognize that exploring the rich and diverse religious perspectives of our world can teach us new things. We seek to learn about, truth, justice, compassion, and respect. We seek to learn new ways of thinking about our environment, our communities, and ourselves. We understand that exploring and learning helps our minds to grow. Most importantly, we think this kind of exploration, learning and spiritual growth can help us become better people.
The following elements are provided when there are volunteers and/or staff and sufficient children and /or youth.
Child Care (suspended)
Childcare is available during Sunday morning services. Children are welcome to sit with the congregation upstairs at the beginning of the service and enjoy a storytime before heading to the basement for some supervised playtime!
There is an outdoor exploration gathering planned for Sunday, October 27th in Centennial Park at 10:30 am. For more details call the LUF office: 344-5980.
Junior Fellowship (suspended)
A religious exploration program may be offered to children between the ages of 4 to 12 during the Sunday morning worship services.
Young Religious Unitarian Universalists (YRUU) (suspended)
Youth ages 13-18 meet with a youth advisor and participate in regional and national gatherings. Activities are dormant in 2019