We eagerly welcome new faces in all of our classes. You can learn more about what happens in each session by exploring our calendar of events or at the activities for families page. If you are ever interested in sitting in on a class with your child, please come on in; we are happy to have you. If you’re new to our community, here’s some helpful info to plan your visit.
Toddlers are welcome to join in the first part of the service and participate in the Time for All ages. After that toddlers recess out of the sanctuary and are escorted to our nursery for Childcare. During this time toddler are provided with space to both play and participate in craft projects or games.
Childcare is also available for younger children and infants, but we ask that parents plan to drop these kids off in the nursery before the start of the service or escort them to the nursery themselves after the start of the service.
World of Wonder: K-1st Grade (Winter/Spring 2019)
Starting in January of 2019 our K-1st class will be exploring the World of Wonder curriculum. This program delves deep into our Unitarian Universalist seventh Principle. It instills respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part and appreciation of its beauty, excitement, and mystery. It is founded on the premise that direct experience in nature is essential to children’s physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual development. Time spent experiencing and exploring during the kindergarten and first grade years begins a practice that can bring lifelong openness to the wonder nature can spark.
Moral Tales: 2nd-3rd Grade (Winter/Spring 2019)
Every day our children go forth into a complex world where they are often faced with difficult decisions and situations. Moral Tales attempts to provide children with the spiritual and ethical tools they will need to make choices and take actions reflective of their Unitarian Universalist beliefs and values.
Sing to the Power: 4th-5th Grade (Winter/Spring 2019)
Sing to the Power affirms our Unitarian Universalist heritage of confronting “powers and structures of evil with justice, compassion, and the transforming power of love.” Participants experience their own power, and understand how it can help them to be leaders.
Childcare is also available for children in our childcare facility on Sundays.
The well-being of young people is important to us. All of our volunteers undergo background checks and training. Lean more about our safety policies here.