Kids at Church

Greetings!  Welcome to the children's religious education program at the Kitsap Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. For Unitarian Universalists, religion is a life-long process. Our program encourages our children to ask questions and to make their own decisions on moral, ethical, and religious questions.


Children’s Religious Education: 2016 Summer RE Program: International Friendship and Peace

This summer we will be learning about our friends around the world. Tour a different Country each week with a volunteer tour guide. Each tour guide will have something unique to share with the group. RSVP Required, minimal 2 kids per class so our instructors will know how to plan. Please RSVP to Jenell at by Friday evening ​

August 14 Bali, Indonesia: Tour Guide Jenell
August 21 England: Tour Guide: Jo
August 28 Multi-Gen Service

Childcare Requests
If you need childcare outside the 1
0 a.m. to noon time on Sunday morning, or for a special event/meeting please let Jenell DeMatteo, RE Associate, know at least 48 hours in advance of the need (prefer as much time as possible) to coordinate childcare workers.  She may be contacted at


Helping Hands Sunday mornings at 9:45 am

This winter and spring our children’s program will focus on Helping Hands in our community and Seeds of Compassion.  One of our service projects includes supporting Bremerton Backpack Brigade weekend food program for families.  Each month the congregation will collect food for to be placed in take home backpacks. For more information on the children’s program please contact the Religious Education Associate Jenell DeMatteo at or 360-821-9822.   

***NEW*** Children's RE Time  9:45 Starting March 27

9:45 - 10:30 and then will continue after children are "sung out" of the service




Families attending church will still be able to send children to child care (rather than RE class) after the “Worship for All Ages” part of our service. We are happy to include children in the service for as long as they like to stay, but we will continue with the traditional “singing them out” after the service. Our Joys and Sorrows will happen before we sing them out so that we can all participate in this important community sharing together. The youngest children can begin in childcare at 10 am rather than being sung out with the older kids.

For parents who need childcare on Sunday mornings outside of the 10-12 time or for special KUUF events or meetings, please let Jenell DeMatteo know at least 48 hours in advance of the need so childcare workers can be coordinated.




If you would like your children to participate in RE program or childcare please fill out a registration form available at the Fellowship office, childcare room, or contact Jenell DeMatteo, RE Associate on Sunday mornings or or 360-822-9821.