We use expressive arts and experiential learning to build community with children, youth and families and bring Unitarian Universalism alive. We have a multicultural and anti-oppressive approach in all we do and believe that children and youth learn best through play!
Our programs for children happen during our Sunday morning worship at 10. We begin in the Sanctuary for the opening of the service as one multi-generational community and proceed to Fellowship Hall or the Barn with our program guides for their programs. The High School Youth Groups meets on Sunday evenings from 6:00-8:00 in the Winslow House.
Childcare is provided for our up to 5 year olds. Our Nursery/Childcare is where our littlest members are welcomed into a safe and loving environment. While the parents attend worship, the toddlers move between circle time, songs, stories and creative play.
K-4th grades- Spirit Arts
For this multi-age group we use a combination of outdoor exploration, mindfulness, the expressive arts and experiential learning to explore the 7 Unitarian Universalist Principles, 6 Sources and our Community Affirmation. LINK HERE
5th-8th grades- Middle School Program- Soulutionaries
In this Middle School group participants discover the joy of service and discern their personal passions so that they can reach out into the world with their love. Seasonal ‘Fun Nights’ and Service Projects are woven throughout the year.
9th-12th grades- High School Youth Group
Youth Ministry Coordinator- Liz Libby
The Youth Group is comprised of high school aged youth (grades 9-12) who gather weekly for worship, fun, social action, and deepening relationships. It is an ongoing group that seeks to foster spiritual depth, clarify both individual and universal values and create a peaceful, fun and meaningful community. As part of the Unitarian Universalist youth movement, this group welcomes all high school students in our faith community and beyond.