A welcome from our Director of Lifespan Religious Education:

You and your family are invited to join an exciting journey of questioning, searching, challenging and wondering about the meaning of life with all its mysteries, great and small. Whatever your religious background, there is room in our church for your family.  For generations, Unitarian Universalism has welcomed and celebrated interfaith families, exiles, and seekers, as well as those who have grown up within our own UU tradition.  We are enriched by one another’s faith journeys and our liberal religious values.

The core purpose of our educational ministry to children, youth and families at TVUUC is to provide opportunities for people of all ages to deepen their spiritual lives, to deepen their understanding of our UU history and values, and to deepen their ability to live with compassion, integrity and joy as we work together to make the world a better place. We covenant together to offer a community for all ages that is as safe, loving and fun as we can possibly make it.  Welcome to an exciting and engaging year!

I hope you and your family will enjoy this exploration together.  If you have further questions about our congregation or our RE programs, I am eager to talk with you, as are the members of the RE Leadership Team.  We invite you to join us as we celebrate “being you and being UU” in our beloved community of all ages at TVUUC.


The joy continues,

Catherine Farmer Loya, Director of Lifespan Religious Education