The great end in religious instruction is not to stamp our minds upon the young, but to stir up their own. -- William Ellery Channing
Many families find UUI when they are looking for a church home that will celebrate them for who they are and support them through the joys and sorrows of life.
At UUI we are proud to offer a religious education program that encourages children to grow into the unique individuals they are.
In addition to learning about the Unitarian Universalist faith tradition, our program is designed to inspire our children and youth to embark on a life-long search for what is true for them, to learn about world religions, acquire the knowledge they need for making a difference in the world, and learn a sense of responsibility for others and for the Earth. We want to equip them with resources that will allow them to face the challenges of life with compassion and integrity and feel they are part of something larger than themselves.
We are excited and honored to accompany your child on this important part of their journey as they explore the big questions in life.
We hope you will join us this Sunday!
For more information, please see our Frequently Asked Questions and our Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Susanne Hinson-Rieger, is always available at RE@UUI.org or 317-418-1679.
Fall & Winter 2016
We encourage families to make regular church attendance a priority. Your family's participation will enrich the experience for everyone, allowing stronger connections to be made as our children and youth learn and grow together!
Preschool Class (ages 3 & 4)
Kindergarten & 1st Grade Class
2nd & 3rd Grade Class
4th & 5th Grade Class
6th - 8th Grade Class
9th - 12th Grade Class
Kids are welcome to bring friends and are encouraged to come to church ready to get messy!
Sunday Service begins at 10:30am, nursery is available at 9:45am.
Junior High Youth Group (6th-8th grades)
Senior High Youth Group (9th-12th grades)
Be sure to join us for extended UUI time from 12pm to 2pm every second Sunday of the month, to share a meal together and participate in a variety of options for education, discussion, and shared fun for all ages.
Habitat for Humanity Youth Service Trips
Soup's On Soup Kitchen Service Trips
Citywide Our Whole Lives (OWL)