Youth Religious Education

The UUCOV Youth Religious Education (YRE) program
grounds itself in The Seven Principles of Unitarian Universalism:

Each person is important

Be kind in all you do

We’re free to learn together

We search for what is true

All people have a voice

Build a fair and peaceful world

We care for planet Earth


We welcome all persons, regardless of:

  • race, ethnicity, national origin;
  • gender or gender identification, affectional preference or sexual orientation;
  • age, physical or mental challenge;
  • social, economic, or marital status.

Youth Religious Education News

Youth Religious Education News

YRE invites you to stop what you are doing and go to Scroll over Lifespan Education at the bottom of the banner and then click on Youth Religious Education. Ta da......We are thrilled to share the new YRE pages on our website. A picture of the main YRE page is shown, below.


Please explore all of the YRE pages. Our goal was to make sure that the pages could be easily viewed by parents who most often are using a mobile device rather than a desktop. We also took a critical look at how the pages could best be used to communicate to non-UUCOV parents who we are and highlight the goals and activities that comprise the UUCOV YRE program.

Limitless thanks to Karen Griffin for taking the ideas and vision for the revision and bringing it to life. YRE Committee Chair, Stephanie Zoernack, worked extensively on this project, as well. Let us know what you think.