Classes for Teens
Our ministry to and with youth encompasses five areas: worship; learning; leadership development; social action and community building.
Coming of Age (Grades 8-9) – 11 am in Rm # 4
The Coming of Age program guides adolescents on a yearlong journey to explore their identities, beliefs, Unitarian Universalist faith, relationships with others, and their connections to the world. In addition, each youth is paired with a trained adult mentor guiding and supporting them in the coming of age journey.
Senior High Youth Group: A Place of Wholeness – 11 am in Rm # 5
Senior High Youth meet on Sunday mornings to share in community, fellowship, and love. They are involved in many youth activities throughout the year in our local area and beyond. They engage in social justice work and are a vital part of our faith community. On Sunday mornings, they will also be taking a closer look at UU faith journeys to better understand themselves in the context of Unitarian Universalism.
For safety and planning purposes, we ask that all young people (infants through high school) be registered for religious education. You may obtain a copy of the registration form here; please complete it and submit it to our Director of Lifespan Religious Education or to our Religious Education Assistant or to your teen’s classroom teacher. For more information, please contact Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Jules Jaramillo, DLRE@ccuu.org.