Learning doesn’t stop with the three Rs—and it keeps going long past formal education. That’s a hallmark of Unitarian Universalist congregations.
That’s why First Unitarian Church of Baltimore boasts a thriving Lifespan Religious Education Program, where spiritual growth and connections are encouraged. From learning about other faith systems to discussing social justice issues to discovering meditation techniques—the opportunities for continued learning are endless. Guided and staffed by volunteers and staff, programs enrich spiritual understanding, interpersonal relationships and connections to the larger community.
The program is managed and led by two committees: the Religious Education Committee for Children and Youth (RECCY) and the Adult Religious Education Committee.