We looked at progressive synagogues for our kids’ religious education, and at local churches of different denominations. Then a friend introduced us to LSUS, and it just fit. The RE program has given our son and daughter exposure to a wide range of other religious beliefs, practices and rituals. Plus, the friends they’ve made here are great kids.

Tony Hurtig / Architect

The RE program has helped our kids form a framework for how to live, how to treat people. It’s not about answers, but giving them questions to consider

Nancy Prial / Investment Management Principal

The RE program has helped our kids form a framework for how to live, how to treat people. It’s not about answers, but giving them questions to consider.

Dani Petrie / Yoga Instructor

UPCOMING RELIGIOUS EXPLORATIONS CLASSES

Our Heritage: Celebrating the Web of Life

Spirit Play seeks to engage children in the existential questions about life within the context of the Unitarian Universalist faith. Stories are presented dealing with these questions accessing our broad base of sources. They are presented using an active storytelling method followed by a “wondering” time that opens up the child’s response to the story, [...]

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Winnetka Community House, 620 Lincoln Ave
Winnetka, IL 60093 United States
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Review of the 7 Principles

Spirit Play seeks to engage children in the existential questions about life within the context of the Unitarian Universalist faith. Stories are presented dealing with these questions accessing our broad base of sources. They are presented using an active storytelling method followed by a “wondering” time that opens up the child’s response to the story, [...]

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Winnetka Community House, 620 Lincoln Ave
Winnetka, IL 60093 United States
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