Children of all ages are welcome to join in Children’s Religious Exploration, regardless of religious belief or church membership. Children’s RE sessions include singing, stories, activities, and discussions on a wide range of topics in religion, spirituality, and social justice.

We hold the meetings on second and fourth Sundays. Information on upcoming sessions can be found listed here: Upcoming Worship Services.

For more information on growth and learning, visit the UUA web page called Ages & Stages.

Our May 2024 Experiment

For the four Sundays of the month of May 2024, the Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship is partnering with the Portneuf Sangha to experiment with an expanded weekly children’s religious program that draws on the values and strengths of both communities. The program will be held each Sunday in May 2024 in the Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship building from 10:35 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. and will cater to youth ages 3-11. These programs will replace the normals 2nd and 4th Sunday Children’s RE meetings for the month.

Sundays May 5th and 19th will be sangha-focused (e.g., guided meditation and yoga).

Sundays May 12th and 26th will be UU-focused (e.g., discussion of Unitarian Universalist principles).

All are welcome on all Sundays. Programs may also include singing, stories, fun activities, and (weather-permitting) time outside at Lookout Point Park. Parents are welcome but not required to attend. We ask parents of children in diapers or who require assistance going to the bathroom to be available close by to assist as needed.

Commitment to Children’s Safety

All Children’s programs are supervised by a minimum of two adults. The Pocatello Unitarian Universalist Fellowship has conducted and can provide evidence of background checks on all adult supervisors.