Nursery: Birth - 5 years
Location: Nursery, Church’s Lower Level
Our paid staff provide a loving presence and engage children in games, stories and crafts with seasonal and holiday themes.
1st - 8th grades
We have a multi-generational class for the summer. Come on in to learn about U.U. principles, and ourselves and our environment. There will be lots of science and lots of fun. With a mind to the spiritual and development towards social justice.
March 3 — Grades 1 - 8 will join together to explore a “Faithful Journey” hearing stories of three Unitarian Universalists and explore beliefs of what is “right” with a UU lens.
March 10 - Grades 1-5: The story of Hosea Ballou and the Journey of Unconditional Love; Grades 6-8: The Hero’s Journey
March 17 - Grades 1-5: The Journey of Justice - the story of Unitarian Fannie Barrier Williams; Grades 6-8 will not meet today. MUUGs Retreat
March 24 - Grades 1-5: The Journey of Equity - Balancing between having and sharing, between getting and giving; Grades 6-8: Balancing between having and sharing, between getting and giving
March 31 - Grades 1-5: The Journey of Growth; Grades 6-8: The Journey of Growth
TEACHERS: Jenny Cressman, Cristina Ruiz
9th-12th grades— Balcony Level above Hattie Porter Hall, Youth Room
The senior high youth group meets from 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. after attending the first part of the 11 a.m. service. The group offers its members a safe place to share their lives and find support and friendship among open minded and loving peers. The group engages in discussions about issues relevant to youth’s lives and communities.
For more information on programing for children and youth, please don’t hesitate to contact Susie Idzik, Interim Director of Religious Education at firstname.lastname@example.org.