At Neighborhood Church we believe that Religious Education happens across the lifespan, that Religious Education is involved in many aspects of life, and that we all have things we can learn from one another. Adults can educate children about our beliefs through formal class settings, but also by modeling the seven Unitarian Universalist Principles in how they interact with our children. Children even have education to offer to adults as their exuberance reminds us all that life is meant to be joyful and lived to its fullest.
The Religious Education Program and other programs of the church offer multigenerational opportunities throughout the year. These are meant to be chances for families to do things together and for all members of our community to come together around particular interests. They include everything from potlucks to zoo trips to game or movie nights (subject to change due to pandemic). For a list of most current upcoming events, check out the church calendar.
We are proud to rent our campus program buildings to Sequoyah School during the week. Sequoyah and Neighborhood share many values, including working for environmental justice. Sequoyah students recently completed a project using the trees on our campus. The mission was to discover and spread information and awareness about trees and carbon sequestration. Click HERE to learn all about this project!