Summer Classes Now in Session!
9:30am Classes (June through August)
A Beary UU SUUmmer (4 + y/o)
Our Beary UU Summer is an imagination-based curriculum that fosters empathy, ethical thinking, and understanding of our UU principles through the use of stories and activities. Children are invited into the adventures of two of our bear friends and a lovable cast of other animals. Bring your stuffed animals to join the fun!
Hogwarts SchUUl for Witchcraft and Wizardry (7+ y/o)
Enter into a world of wonder and mystery as First UU transforms into Hogwarts for a summer of learning and adventure. Back by popular demand, this curriculum transforms our classroom into Hogwarts Schuul for Witchcraft and Wizardry. Throughout the summer, our older children will explore Unitarian Universalist principles as they explore the world of Hogwarts. Our world will be filled with wonder through lessons in subjects such as potions, herbology, astronomy and our very own Quidditch cup! Professors (you will become an honorary professor) needed for all subjects!
Nursery (9:30 and 11:30am)
Infants through Age 4
Our youngest children will receive tender and loving care in our Nursery, provided by trained, professional caregivers. Children may be signed in before the service begins.
11:30am Class (June)
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.
9:30 Program South Bay
All families worship together in our weekly multigenerational services. Each week there will be a story, song, and other interactive elements to engage all ages. Stay tuned for more information about upcoming learning opportunities for children and families at South Bay!
New this year:If you are attending services and Religious Education at the Hillcrest Campusyou are strongly encouraged to sign in your child BEFORE entering the Meeting House by stopping by the Children and Family Ministry Table on the Patio at the Hillcrest campus.
Children's Religious Education classes are provided at no cost to families. We ask that all families register in order for us to have the necessary information to meet the learning needs of your child(ren) and have important safety and emergency information.
Not sure which class is best for your child(ren)? Want to join a teaching team or get involved in children's ministry? Contact: Melissa James, Ph.D., Director of Children and Family Ministry, at Melissa@firstuusandiego.org