Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church provides childcare from birth through preschool, from 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. for parents and caregivers attending the Sunday worship service. Children will be supervised by our nursery staff, and welcomed to play together and read. Parents and caregivers are invited to stay with their children as long as needed for everyone to feel comfortable in their surroundings and to check in any time.

Help your child have a better experience by bringing them often. Regular attendance allows children to build relationships at church and permits more continuity between lessons. Please make Sunday morning church a family ritual.


Please register your children and youth, ages 0-18, for our Sunday morning religious education programs on an annual basis. Registering is essential to the functioning of our programs, giving parents and care providers access to important information about classes, weekly emails, and timely updates.


Children of visitors are welcome. After you’ve visited a few times, we ask that families register for our Children’s and Youth programming, which allows us to know more about the children that we are serving and to collect contact information for sending out weekly program updates.



To opt into our weekly email about children and youth programming please register here.


Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church is committed to the safety of children in our program. Learn more about our Safe Congregation Policy.


There are a number of volunteer roles in our Religious Education program. If you are interested assisting with classes, playing with young children in the nursery, or joining the Religious Education Team, please contact our Director of Religious Lifespan Education Margaret Rogers at [email protected].

Please note that our safety policies require volunteers to be background-checked, and to have been active with the congregation for at least 6 months, and volunteers will receive training.