We strive to be a welcoming and joyful community for all ages and offer quality educational programs for spiritual growth. Our lifespan religious education programs reflect all of our principles and sources but especially our third principle, “encouragement to spiritual growth,” and our fourth principle, “a free and responsible search for truth and meaning.” At our best, lifespan religious education permeates everything we do at North Shore Unitarian Church!

The mission of our lifespan religious education program is to build a learning and teaching community grounded in Unitarian Universalist traditions, history, and principles. We provide a secure and safe place where we are all encouraged to explore, discover, and articulate our own spiritual voice and practice. Our vision is to create opportunities to live in community with compassion, encourage intentional leadership, and promote social justice and our Unitarian Universalist values.

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