• Examples of faithful belief and action from our Unitarian and Universalist heritage.
All sessions include guided discussion, reflection, hands-on activities, and self-expression to engage participants with various learning styles. Sessions that rely heavily on verbal learning also offer alternate activities for more active learners.
Feeling welcome and part of the community is central to this religious education course. Ritual and repetition are important: sharing opening words, a chalice lighting, centering in silence before hearing a story, and singing. This is a wonderful opportunity for spiritual engagement and learning for children, led by experienced and caring teachers.
Sunday service at the UU Church of Santa Paula begins at 10:30, when everyone gathers in the sanctuary for 10 to 15 minutes; then the children begin their religious education, rejoining the community when the worship service is over.
Childcare is provided for younger children. Older children are welcome in the worship service, or may participate in the religious education program.
The Universalist Unitarian Church is located at 740 E. Main Street. For questions, visit our website, www.uucsp.org or call the church office, 805-525-4647.