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A Place for Every Age

The Unitarian Church of Edmonton is a multigenerational community, and we welcome people at every stage of life. Some children enjoy having their own space to play and learn while their caregivers go to the worship service, while others may prefer to stay close by.

Multigenerational programming is supported by community volunteers. We are always in need of volunteer teachers for our classes. Please visit our volunteer page to find out how you can help make these programs happen.

Lauren Kay is our child and youth Religious Exploration Leader. Lauren began this important job in August 2016 and brings enthusiasm, organizlaurenKayfor-webational skills and a commitment to our congregation.

 

 

 

 

Andrea Babiy RE assistant.

 

Maria Jenkins and Brandie Moller-Reid are our Youth Advisors as well as many other wonderful volunteers!

      

Children’s Classes

Classes for Children Ages 3 – 11 Classes run September - May Teachers in our classes are all volunteers. Please consider signing up for at least...

Youth

Youth Group Programming   From Youth Group Craft Night UCE's Youth Group is made up of people within the ages of 12 to 20. If...

Nursery

Nursery The nursery is open September - May with caregiver. The room is open for parents during the summer months. A nursery is available for...

Kids in the Service

Quiet Room and Quiet Bags Some children prefer to stick close to their caregivers while the service is going on. For these children we have...

Summer

Summer   During the summer at UCE, church looks a little different. Children’s classes, youth group, and the nursery all take a break for June,...

Volunteer

Volunteering in the UCE Children’s Program Children’s classes at U.C.E. are taught by volunteers. The lessons are all ready to go; volunteers simply learn them...

Our Whole Lives (OWL): Lifespan Sexual Education

OUR WHOLE LIVES: LIFESPAN SEXUALITY EDUCATION From UUA.org: Honest, accurate information about sexuality changes lives. It dismantles stereotypes and assumptions, builds self-acceptance and self-esteem, fosters...