Morning Youth group offers high school youth a safe and welcoming space for social interaction and spiritual development. The program balances service learning, social action, youth-led worship, inquiry into important issues and good old fashioned fun. They will meet once or twice a month, led by Treva Burger.
Fall schedule is: October 7 and 21, November 4 and December 2.
Evening Youth Group is primarily youth-led, as they design and facilitate most activities. It is a place where youth deepen relationships with one another, build community and establish life-long friendships. We usually have dinner too! This group is led by Ryan Hurd.
Fall schedule is September 23, October 14, November 11 and December 9.
Coming of Age (COA) every other year, will be offered 2019-20
9th and 10th Grades
Most Sunday mornings 10:30-11:30am
Coming of Age is the Unitarian Universalist way of marking the passage from childhood into adolescents. Throughout the course of the year, students are challenged to deepen their understanding of UUism, the work of USG and their own beliefs. Sunday morning meetings will invite students to dig deeply into the ideas and ideals that are central to their lives. In keeping with the fourth UU principle, “we affirm and promote a free and responsible search for truth and meaning,” it guides them through the very UU process of examining all the available information, talking about it, and then making their own decisions about what they believe (now). The COA year includes opportunities for service, fellowship, fun and adventure. The culmination of the program is the youth-led Coming of Age service in the spring when the group will present their faith statements, or credos, to the congregation. If your youth is interested in joining this class, please contact lead teacher, Treva Burger, email@example.com.