Religious Exploration

2016 Celebration Sunday
2016 Celebration Sunday

Welcome to UUFEC Religious Exploration

  • Welcome Lisa Farley, UUFEC Director of Religious Exploration

    Lisa Farley, M.Ed. has returned to UUFEC to once again serve as the Director of Religious Exploration. Lisa lived in Niceville FL from 2004-2008 and during that time was a classroom RE teacher and DRE. Four moves, two states, and one country later, she and her family are excited to return and put down roots in Niceville and this wonderful UUFEC community.

    As a parent and educator, Lisa has an understanding of the unique challenges that face our children today. She strives to help parents create a balance and allow children a joyful place to be creative, ask questions, and explore their passions. Lisa looks forward to helping the fellowship continue to build a strong and vibrant program for our children and youth. As one of our common RE chalice lightings states, may all our children be “of the open mind, the loving heart, and the helping hands.”

    UUFEC RE registration is open and is now ONLINE! All children/youth birth through grade 12 must be registered to participate in nursery and RE programs. This is our first attempt at going electronic – all feedback is appreciated. Here is the link to register:

Weekly Classes and Upcoming Events

  • TRICK-OR-TREAT for UNICEF – Save your coins!

    Adults and children alike are welcome to come in costume to fellowship on Sunday October 30th. Children will be trick-or-treating for UNICEF and also learning about how the money they collect can make a positive difference.

  • 2016-2017 Religious Exploration Program for Children and Youth


    Nursery – Provides nurturing childcare for infants through pre-kindergarten.
    Picture Book Unitarian Universalism: Kindergarten to 2nd grade explore our Unitarian Universalist principles through carefully selected picture books which illustrate UU identity. (Piper Room)
    Harry and UU: Grades 3-5 include fun wizarding activities, but the main purpose of the curriculum is social action. The class forms a chapter of Dumbledore’s army and fights against various Horcruxes. Horcruxes are real world social action projects in our community. (Stage Room)
    Youth: Middle & high school students are welcome in service. Our youth program meets 2nd hour.


    Nursery – Provides nurturing childcare for infants through kindergarten.
    Fun in Action – A time of fun and fellowship for our elementary aged children (Piper Room)
    Youth Group – Teens meet 3 Sundays per month in the Stage Room
    NOTE – all RE programs end promptly at 12:15

Contact Us

Lisa Farley, Director of Religious Exploration

Don Harrison, Chair, Religious Exploration Committee
telephone: 415-240-1803

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