Ages & Stages

Unitarian Universalism is a faith home for people who seek to transform ourselves, our communities, and the world we share. We know that we need one another to inspire and support our transitions, discoveries, and spiritual growth. The Unitarian Universalist Association offers programs, curricula, wise words, and other roads to transformative experiences across the lifespan. Explore, by age and stage:

Families discover faith together. Explore ways to nurture faith development in your home, with children, and in relationships.

Families

Grow your children's resiliency, compassion, and ethics while building their sense of connection to all life on our planet.

Children

High school-age UUs put our faith into action every day by daring to be real, showing acceptance and support, leading with courage, and acting for justice.

High School Youth

Young adults engage our faith by living authentically, creating connections, and seeking personal and social transformation.

Young Adults

Activate your religious exploration and spiritual growth through worship, workshops, service work, and justice actions as you build beloved community.

Adults

Unitarian Universalism supports you to harness the unique opportunities for learning, growth, and service that come with aging.

Older Adults

The UUA supports professional and lay religious educators with curriculum, training, and many other resources including links to peers serving Unitarian Universalist faith communities across our Association.

Religious Educators

  • Making Peace with Faith Traditions
    From Call and Response
    I was the religious educator at a historically Universalist church. Fifteen years earlier, I had left the Christian faith of my childhood to embrace a...
  • Noah: A Sticky Story
    From Call and Response
    Storytellers make choices all the time. We choose which parts of a story to lift up and which to downplay or omit; which characters to develop, and how;...
  • How to Help First-Year College Students Be Sexually Smarter
    From Call and Response
    By Melanie Davis Many parents will spend the next few months packing college dorm-bound boxes with bed linens, ramen noodles, and laundry soap.

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