Next Sunday’s RE Classes

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all children ages five and above are required to wear masks at all times while inside the church buildings.

The Nursery will be open on all Sunday mornings from 10:15 to 12:15 for babies and children ages one to five. It is located in the lower level Rainbow Rooms at Chapin Memorial. Please retrieve your child from the nursery after the service.

Children of all ages are always welcome to attend the service in the sanctuary. Chalice Activity Bags are available in the foyer for anyone of any age who is better able to participate in a Sunday service while keeping their hands busy. Look for special nursery bags for those under the age of three.


K-6: Love is Like a Seed

This session introduces love as an unseen, guiding force unfolding in the universe, and introduces the Sources of our Unitarian Universalist faith, with an emphasis on love. Participants will learn chalice-lighting words and opening and closing songs to use in each session, learn about the Sources of our Unitarian Universalist beliefs, connect a story about the beginnings of the universe with our higher calling to love, and portray love unfolding in the universe by making a seed art project.


7-8: COAST Program

COAST (Coming of Age Spiritual Trek) addresses a youth’s passage from one stage to another. It offers participants a chance to recognize and celebrate the passage from childhood toward adulthood. Participants choose an adult mentor from the congregation. They participate in regular Sunday classroom sessions and some weekend retreats. The group also works on fund raising activities to gather funds for their culminating pilgrimage to Boston (and the Headquarters of the UUA).  With the assistance of mentors, classmates, and class advisers, each participant prepares a Belief Statement that will be shared with the congregation during a Coming of Age Celebration Service the following spring.


       Staying Connected Between Sundays:

Here are some family resources:

For Youth:

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