Youth Religious Education

The UUCOV Youth Religious Education (YRE) program
grounds itself in The Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism:

Each person is important

Be kind in all you do

We’re free to learn together

We search for what is true

All people have a voice

Build a fair and peaceful world

We care for planet Earth


We welcome all persons, regardless of:

  • race, ethnicity, national origin;
  • gender or gender identification, affectional preference or sexual orientation;
  • age, physical or mental challenge;
  • social, economic, or marital status.

Youth Religious Education News

Youth Religious Education

WHY? It is Vitally Important and Fun!
Instead of waving back from the seats as our teachers, helpers, and children leave the sanctuary and head to Asta Linder House for Sunday Youth Religious Education, why not join us? We will be going to two services on November 12, so you could join us in YRE to see what it is all about at 9:30am and then attend the 11:00am service.
Pudy Steinbrecher YREI would ask that you look at the picture and focus on long time YRE teacher Ruth "Pudy" Steinbrecher. I think Pudy's expression exemplifies what I have heard over and over again from the adults that choose to be a part of Youth Religious Education. It is the most gratifying and fun volunteer service they participate in at UUCOV.
“It is important that students bring a certain ragamuffin, barefoot irreverence to their studies; they are not here to worship what is known, but to question it.“- Jacob Bronowski

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