Registration

Register Your Child for Class at 9:30 am

Available classes: Sprouts (infants, toddlers, preschoolers), Spirit Play (PK-1st Grade), Roots (2nd-3rd grades), Wings (4th-5th grades)

Register Your Child or Youth for Class at 11:15 am

Available classes: Sprouts (infants, toddlers, preschoolers), Spirit Play (PK-1st Grade), Roots (2nd-3rd grades), Wings (4th-5th grades), Middle School (6th-7th Grade), Our Whole Lives  (8th grade), Coming of Age (9th Grade), and High School Youth Group (10th-12th)

Questions? Contact Justin Almeida, Education Program Coordinator

Class Fees and Annual Pledge

Each year, we ask families to register their children and youth for childcare and religious education.  Registering is essential to the functioning of our programs, and grants families access to weekly emails and timely updates about the church school.

University Unitarian Church charges registration fees for religious education to help defray the expenses of running a high quality church school program.  However, the church school is not fully funded through registration fees alone. We urge all families who are able to become members of UUC and pledge financially to the church as a whole.  Information on pledging is available here: Giving.

University Unitarian Church is committed to ensuring all families and their children can participate in our Religious Education Program regardless of their family’s financial situation.

Scholarships are available for those families that cannot pay for all or part of the fee. Please contact Melody Moberg, our Director of Religious Education, to request a scholarship. Tuition is pro-rated for families who attend beginning in January or later.

 

The registration fee structure is as follows:

Sept- August  Pro-rated Jan-Aug
First Child in a Family $75 $40
Second Child in a Family $40 $25
Third Child and Any Subsequent Children $10 each $5
Coming of Age (per student) $400

We are excited to have you and your children joining us!

“A primary purpose of religion—and religious education—is to nurture all that is right and good in us, to help us to grow into our best selves.”
Excerpted from the Unitarian Universalist Pocket Guide.