What is Unitarian Universalist Education?

(Child, youth and family programs sometimes called RE an old abbreviation from the past!)

The education program at UU Fellowship of La Crosse involves children and families in a wide variety of activities designed to foster community and make religious exploration enjoyable. 

Students are full participants in the program and are encouraged to share their ideas and opinions. 

Activities are selected to incorporate multiple learning styles and life stages, inspire individual creativity and personal growth, and foster a sense of questioning together.

View and explore the Tapestry of Faith (UUA) curricula here.  Contact the Lifespan Education Director for information about the specific curriculum used in La Crosse this semester and/or visit a class on Sunday morning.

Please click on the questions below for more information.

What are the 7 UU principles that guide content and curriculum for programs & classes?

What programs are offered on Sunday mornings?

How do things work on Sunday mornings?

Who is responsible for RE programming?

How can adults help students benefit from UU Education programming?

What curricula is used?

What education programs meet at times other than Sunday mornings?

For more information, contact:
Lifespan Education Director
Deborah-Eve Lombard
(608) 780-4915