Just as Unitarian Universalism is a non-credal faith, so are our education opportunities. All are welcome here, and all voices are welcome here. We intend to meet individuals where they are on their journey, recognizing that we each have had different experiences and influences that brought us to our current
faith beliefs.

Most of our children’s, youth and adult educational offerings include segments exploring Unitarian Universalist history, principles for right relationships with others and ourselves, and hands on activities for learning or service; we also create time for discussion and sharing of our hearts.  Click one of the tabs below to discover the variety of ways you can have your spirit nourished here at BRUU.

Interested in sharing your gifts in the children & youth or adult education programs? Contact Kristin Worthington, Director of Lifespan Religious Education at dre@bruu.org to discuss the best fit!

2024 Summer Camps

BRUU will be holding not one, but two Summer Camps this year! Mark your calendars for July 29 – August 2.

Younger elementary children will spend the week Recycling, Reducing and Repurposing  while ages 10 through 14 will learn about and create self-sustainability projects during a week full of Eco-Justice.  Adult and Teenage volunteers are needed for both. Contact Kristin Worthington to find out more about how you can participate. dre@bruu.org