Children's Program

Programs & Times

All Children’s programming has gone digital as we are encouraging physical distancing, please check out our Children’s program fb page, where Laura (director of children’s programs) is posting activities for children and families to take part in.

To receive the planned activities directly to your inbox, please drop Laura a message via the contact form below.
Nursery (0 – 4 years)  Young Children can enjoy our supervised nursery.  The service can be heard over speaker should a parent/guardian wish to stay with their young child.  A wide variety of toys, books and craft materials provide a creative and fun environment.
Children’s Program (Pre-K – Gr 6)  Children gather downstairs for their own programming service, before engaging in classroom activities. Parents are more than welcome to join in.
Children and Youth groups are scheduled to end at 11:30 am. If the service upstairs ends before this time, parents are welcome to have tea or coffee and socialize until the programming is finished.
Unitarianism with Nazeem
Visit and learning at Hindu Temple
Learning about composting with Lisa

Our program aims to provide all ages with a safe and supportive environment in which to:

  • Learn about many religions and cultures along with Unitarian Universalism
  • Explore new ideas and engage the imagination
  • Make friends and develop a sense of belonging
  • Deepen understanding of themselves and of life
  • Empower one another to work for a more just and caring world

Director of Children’s Religious Education – Laura McNaughton

Laura DRE

​I am delighted to be the Director of Religious Education for this congregation again!  I spent four wonderful years working with this congregation’s children, youth and families nearly 20 years ago.  This allowed me to move to a similar position with a larger American congregation for a while and to work for our national body, the Canadian Unitarian Council.  I have been a member of the congregation for 25 years and have spent much of my volunteer time working with our children and youth as well.  I love giving young people the space to ask questions and play with big ideas. I look forward to our Sunday mornings together!

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Children's Rainbow Principles

Red – Respect all beings
Orange – Offer fairness and compassion to everyone
Yellow – Yearn to learn by caring and encouraging
Green – Grow by exploring new ideas together
Blue – Believe what your heart tells you, yet listen to others
Indigo – Insist on peace and justice for the whole world
Violet – Value the interconnected web of all life

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