|Groups and Curricula 2017-18|
|Pre-k (3 and 4 year olds)||UU Play||24/25|
|K/1||World of Wonder- Fall /OWL – Spring||26|
|2nd||Signs of our Faith||21|
|5th||Love Will Guide Us||B-6|
|6th||Windows and Mirrors||B-1|
|6th/7th||Jr. High OWL||B-7|
|Senior High||Service and social events; faith development and leadership development||21|
Nursery and Toddlers: Child Care provided by paid staff and volunteers from the congregation
Pre-School (The Red Group) – UU Play
A story based program based on UU themes, with reflection time and coaching on cooperative play.
Kindergarten/First Grade (The Orange Group) – Fall and Spring: World of Wonder
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.
Second Grade (The Yellow Group) – Fall and Spring: Signs of Our Faith; Being a UU Every Day
The program invites children to think about religion as the practice of being faithful to what you love. In order to do this, you must decide what you love and do your best to live that love faithfully every day. Signs of Our Faith guides children to do their best to live faithful lives every day. It presents fourteen traits or values that most Unitarian Universalist love, including the quest for knowledge, reverence for life, supporting one another on our faith journeys, and public witness.
Third and Fourth Grade (The Green Group) – Fall and Spring:Faithful Journeys
Using historic and contemporary stories of Unitarian Universalist faith in action, this program quips children with language and experiences to develop and articulate a strong Unitarian Universalist faith identity.
Fifth Grade (The Blue Group) – Fall and Spring: Love Will Guide Us
In this program, participants learn to seek guidance in life through the lens of our Unitarian Universalist Sources, with an emphasis on love. Together we ask questions such as, “Where did we come from?” “What is our relationship to the Earth and other creatures?” “How can we respond with love, even in bad situations?” “What happens when you die?”
Sixth Grade (The Indigo Group) – Fall and Spring: Windows and Mirrors
Windows and Mirrors nurtures children’s ability to identify their own experiences and perspectives and to seek out, care about, and respect those of others. The sessions unpack topics that lend themselves to diverse experiences and perspectives—for example, faith heritage, public service, anti-racism and prayer. The program teaches that there are always multiple viewpoints and everyone’s viewpoint matters.
This year-long program is a positive, comprehensive and age-appropriate education program that promotes sexual well-being for middle school students.The Senior High Group
The Senior High group have some long standing traditions–organizing a service project, designing and presenting a Sunday morning worship service as well as informal discussions