My oldest daughter is 13, and she's interested in Buddhism. This isn't something that is covered in the You the Creator curriculum that she's taking this year, and next year, she has OWL. She's too young for youth group.
I asked her a couple of months ago if our church was meeting her spiritual needs. It seems like an important thing to ask, given that it meets mine pretty darn well.
I called my minister, and explained my problem. We have three Buddhism Soul Matters groups, but they are all adult groups. So I have an appointment to meet with the other minister who organizes Soul Matters groups to see if one might be willing to take her on. She's OK with it, but the ministers realize now that if one kid is asking, there might be more who aren't getting their spiritual needs met by Sunday School.
I'll keep you posted as to what happens; I'm excited about some new opportunities for our kids!