We offer a wide range of learning opportunities and classes to fit your family's needs. Here are our fall Children's and Multigenerational Religious Education classes:
9:30am Hillcrest Campus
Ages 3-4 years old. This class uses play, song, story, and crafts to introduce children to Unitarian Universalism through experiences of community, wonder, and awe.
5-6 years old. Children learn about this faith community as home through exploration of our principles, rituals, and stories of the meaning of home.
UU Super Hero Academy:
7-9 years old. Our super heroes explore what makes everyday people super heroes. Through super hero challenges and stories of key Unitarian Universalist historical figures our super heroes learn how to live out our values to help heal the world.
Leadership Academy/Jr. RE Assistant
10-12 years old. Our young leaders explore leadership and justice in this hybrid class. The 1st and 2nd Sundays of the month they will gather together in community to explore issues of peace and justice rooted in Unitarian Universalism. The 3rd through 5th Sundays are leadership days where they take on various volunteer leadership roles in the congregation.
11:30 am Hillcrest Campus
Exploring World Religious: A multigenerational exploration of major world religions
Multigenerational Class. Sept. 18-Oct 30th All are welcome! This class is geared toward families with children and youth who would like to learn about religions of the world together. Individuals and families without children and youth who are interested in a multigenerational learning opportunity are also encouraged to attend. This class will begin with an all-ages gathering followed by: Family learning stations filled with hands-on learning led by trained religious education leaders and Dr. Melissa James, Director of Family and Lifespan Ministry Discussion group led by Rev. Jim Grant, Affiliate Minister
Rainbow Adventurers (5+ y/o)
November through January: In this multi-aged chapel-based class, children will explore the seven principles of Unitarian Universalism through story and self-directed activities. The class will begin with a story focusing on one of the seven principles where the kids will be an active part of telling and playing out the tales. Children will then be invited to choose from a variety of learning stations that allow them to engage the story and principle in a way that best suits them.
OWL: Our Whole Lives comprehensive sexuality education program
We are offering K-1 Our Whole Lives Sunday afternoons (September through November)
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