Religious Education

Lifespan Religious Education Program

In focusing on Lifespan Religious Education, Murray Unitarian Universalist Church affirms its desire to offer opportunities for everyone in the congregation to grow and develop. Each person is called to seek out their own path.

By becoming part of the Murray Community, we choose to walk this path with others and be nurtured and supported by our being with one another. Our three-year pillar system plan includes Unitarian Universalism, World Religions, Self-Worth, Self-Care and our respect and care for the interconnected web of life. We offer Our Whole Lives (OWL) to our 7-9th graders every other year.

Nursery Care

Each Sunday during the worship service, we provide nurturing, loving, and consistent care for our babies through pre-school youngsters.

Sunday School

Each family is asked to register all children who will be participating in the Nursery care, Sunday School, or Youth Group by completing our Family Registration Form.  There is no fee for participation in our program.

Lifelong Learning

Humanist discussion group, Great Courses lecture series, bible study, and more

Grades 8-9

Our Whole Lives sexuality education program

We offer the Our Whole Lives (OWL) program every other year to 7th-9th graders. The OWL program is sometimes referred to as “sex ed,” but really it’s more than that. OWL is a sexuality education program that models and teaches caring, compassion, respect, and justice.

Youth Group

Murray high school age students are invited to participate in Youth Group.  Our Youth Group offers a varied program which includes learning about our faith, service projects, discussion of social issues, plus an opportunity to have fun. Our youth are also offered many opportunities to participate and volunteer in many areas of our church.

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Church Fair 2021

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Sunday, November 28

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Opening up our pews

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