We offer regular programming for children and youth on Sunday mornings from September through May. Check this site later this summer for updates on meeting times.
During the summer, we invite families worship together, and invite them to enjoy our “Wee Worship Space” in the back of the Auditorium.
Email our Faith Formation Coordinator, Birch Spick, at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. In the meantime, read more about some of our typical programming below.
Elementary Classes and Groups
The One Room SchUUlhouse
A place for children in Kindergarten through 4th Grade to explore our Unitarian Universalist values through stories, games, and crafts. Weekly lessons explore a different facet of the congregation’s monthly theme. Visitors are always welcome! Meets in Room 111 during service, after the “Story for All Ages”.
We also offer the following courses of Our Whole Lives (OWL), which require preregistration:Our Whole Lives (OWL) K-1
Middle-Grade Classes and Groups
A group for youth in 5th through 8th Grade to explore our Unitarian Universalist values through discussion-based activities and service projects. Lessons explore a different facet of the congregation’s monthly theme. Visitors are always welcome! Meets 2nd and 4th Sundays in Room 105 after service, 10:45AM-12:00PM.
We also offer the following courses, which require preregistration:
High School Group (Young Religious Unitarian Universalists)
Youth in 9th-12th grade are welcome to join YRUU at any time! This group explores our Unitarian Universalist values through discussion-based activities and service projects. Visitors are always welcome! Meets in Room 114 after service, 10:45AM-12:00PM.
Your Child’s Safety
Our children are a precious part of our congregation. To ensure their safety, we take the following steps:
- Background checks for all teachers and childcare workers are conducted every five years, unless circumstances change
- Two teachers are present in the classroom at all times
- A designated, responsible adult for children 14 years and younger must be on the church premises on Sunday mornings or at other events
- Children in 3rd grade and under must be picked up from their classroom on Sunday by their designated adult at the end of class; older children may leave to meet a parent or guardian on their own
Volunteer with Faith Formation!
Faith Formation would not exist without our volunteers! If you are a parent of one or more children attending Faith Formation classes, or if you have a special knack for teaching and engaging youth (and you know who you are!), we encourage you to sign up as a volunteer. Email Birch Spick at email@example.com for more information.