Spirit Play is a Unitarian Universalist adaptation of Jerome Berryman’s “Godly Play,” a curriculum that uses Montessori-based methods of hands-on exploration and questioning. Learn more about the curriculum at http://www.spirit-play.com.

Through storytelling and structured free-play opportunities, Spirit Play assists children in ways appropriate for their age and developmental level to explore existential questions such as, Where did we come from? What are we doing here? How do we choose to live our lives?

Note-During Covid-19 related distancing, we are currently not offering in person or online classes for our youngest members. We are currently working to develop activities for parents and caregivers to bring the lessons of Spirit Play alive in their own homes.

If you are new to the Fellowship and would like to learn more about our Religious Exploration offerings, contact Matt Aspin at mre@auuf.org