Children’s Curriculum

OWL – Sexuality Education Program

Honest, accurate information about sexuality changes lives. It dismantles stereotypes and assumptions, builds self-acceptance and self-esteem, fosters healthy relationships, improves decision making, and has the potential to save lives. For these reasons and more, we are proud to offer Our Whole Lives, a comprehensive sexuality education curriculum, in the winter/spring of 2016 at the Unitarian … Continued

Nursery and Toddler Care

Playroom Tender, loving care for infants and children under age four is provided by trained, professional caregivers prior to the service, during worship and during social hour from 9:30-12:00 in our Nursery/ Playroom near the rear entrance to Berg Hall.

Pre-K to 1st Grade

Chalice Children – Classroom 1 2015-16 Curriculum: A Discovering Year From Sheltering Spirit: The Shelter Rock Faith Curriculum This curriculum nurtures children’s spiritual and religious growth through carefully sequenced connections to their world. Through opportunities for discovery and celebration, children explore themselves and others, their families and their church, the wonders of nature, and religious and cultural days.

2nd and 3rd Grades

Rainbow Room – Classroom 2  2015-16 Curriculum: Free to Believe From Sheltering Spirit: Shelter Rock Faith Curriculum This experiential program nurtures the emotional, social and spiritual life of children while involving them in music and theatrical play. Unitarian Universalist principles are starting points for conversations exploring values, beliefs, and what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist.      

4th and 5th Grades

Ripple Room – Classroom 3  2015-16 Curriculum: Love Connects Us From: A Tapestry of Faith   Love Connects Us celebrates ways we, as Unitarian Universalists, live our faith in covenanted community. By exploring the key ideas of what covenant means, children grow in UU identity, explore their connections to one another in “the beloved community” and discover ways they are called … Continued

Middle School

Coming of Age – Classroom 4 2015-16 Curriculum: Neighboring Faiths and Building Bridges   Neighboring Faiths and Building Bridges youth are actively engaged in exploring the faith traditions and practices of other religious groups. Together, leaders and participants plan their program, and determine which religious groups to learn about, to visit, and to find the links between it and their growing Unitarian Universalist faith. … Continued

High School

Teens – Drumbeat Classroom The high school youth use the church’s monthly themes as a guide for their worship and discussion. Possible themes include: Unity, Vocation, Transformation, Peace, Emptiness, Soul, Commitment, Freedom, and Responsibility.