All Souls Kansas City

Religious Education

Sunday School Fun
All Souls offers two hours of programming every Sunday for youth from birth through high school. All Souls asks all parents to register their children with staff before classes.


Nursery care, 10 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., for babies and toddlers.

Children and Youth Programs, 10 -11 a.m. (while parents are in the Forum or other activities)

Creative projects, discussion and community activities for all ages.

Children’s Choir 10 – 10:30 a.m, October through May.

The children’s choir performs  several times a year in the Celebration of Life service, under the direction of voice teacher Sarah LaBarr.

Sunday School 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 a.m.

Sunday School curriculum varies by age. Each class explores different facets of the Unitarian Universalism faith and principles. Here is a list of what each age group studies.

Newborn to three years – Child Care

Child care is provided in the Kemp nursery, located near Bragg Auditorium, from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Sunday. All Souls employs the same nanny every week so young toddlers and babies become familiar with the caregiver. Parents are welcome to stay in the nursery until their child is comfortable.  Parents are provided a QRC they can access on their smart phones to observe their children while  in the nursery.

Explore, Ask, Imagine…

How You Can Live Our Unitarian Universalist Principles


Explore, Ask, Imagine……

How You Can Live Our Unitarian Universalist Principles

Religious Education Programs for Children and Youth

  2017-2018 School Year

Chalice Children: Preschool & Kindergarten

Nurtures religious growth, creativity and connection to our Unitarian Universalist community through “hands on” experiences that reflect the natural religious development of young children.

Free to Believe: First, Second and Third Grades

Explores our UU principles and values while examining some “big questions” through the perspective of our Unitarian Universalist sources.

Spirit of Adventure: Fourth, Fifth and Sixth Grades

Provides “hands on” activities that explore our Unitarian Universalist identity and faith through the lives of famous Unitarian Universalists who exemplify our principles.

The Questing Year: Seventh and Eighth Grades

Engages Coming of Age youths in quests connected to exploration of the inner life, the mystery of life, UU faith development and social action.

Social Justice Exploration:  Teen Class

Explores current social justice issues and what we can do to make a difference.

Religious Education Team Meetings

The team usually  meets on the 1st Sunday of the month and anyone is welcome to attend.


Click on the following to download the most recent minutes from the RE Team Meetings: RE Minutes October 1, 2017, RE Minutes September 3, 2017, RE Minutes August 6, 2017, RE Team Minutes July 16, 2017, RE Team Minutes June 5, 2017, RE Team Minutes May 7, 2017, RE Team Minutes April 2, 2017, RE Team Minutes March 5, 2017, RE Team Minutes February 5, 2017, RE Team Minutes January 8, 2017, RE Team Minutes December 4, 2016, RE Team Minutes November 6, 2016, RE Team Minutes October 2, 2016, RE Team Minutes September 11, 2016, RE Team Minutes June 5, 2016, RE Team Minutes May 1, 2016, RE Team Minutes April 3, 2016, RE Team Minutes March 6, 2016, RE Team Minutes February 21, 20, RE Team Minutes January 10, 201, RE Team Meeting Minutes December, RE Team Minutes November 15, 20. Click on the following to download the minutes from February through October 2015 team minutes RE team meeting.