A cornerstone of the Fellowship’s activities is an active religious education program for elementary and middle school children. An active religious education program is offered concurrently with services.
Using curriculum from the Unitarian Universalist Association, each year’s religious education program explores a major issue in religion and living. These include ethical decision making, the Judeo-Christian heritage, social action, the nature of community and where humans fit into the natural world.
This Year's education program has begun with a unit on “Stewardship" based on a UU curriculum.
Children participate in the beginning of each week’s adult service. When appropriate they remain for the entire program. Child care is provided for pre-schoolers.