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First Unitarian Universalist Church of San
Religious Education program offers a fun and engaging
experience for children, youth, and their families. This
year’s Sunday School theme is, “What
makes a Unitarian Universalist? We
five class offerings for ages 0-18.
Pre-K (0-5) participants will enjoy Celebrating
Me and My World. Celebrating
our senses and our
environment, helping children express emotions and ideas. The class time
travel through the Spirit of Adventure course.
Using fun, project-based
learning activities participants will discover and learn about the
lives of some famous Unitarian Universalists.
and 5th graders tackle the Toolbox
engages participants in a lively examination of qualities and values
integrity, courage, love and service. Combining
spirited discussion with engaging activities we’ll build a
of our Unitarian Universalist faith.
graders take a peek at Traditions
with a Wink. The
class explores some of our Unitarian
Universalist traditions: whether it’s one of our favorite UU
hymns, how we
worship or learning more about the roots of our religious movement,
will look closely at our treasured traditions and uncover something new.
(Young Religious Unitarian
Universalists) youth will mix
it up with a variety of activities,
discussions and service projects.
are invited to attend our 11:00 Worship. Children
and youth will depart the main
Sanctuary for an informal Chapel activity, running from 11:15 to 12:00.
ages are welcome to attend the Chapel program. We’ll
have guest artists, guest ministers, intergenerational activities
and much more.
“Art for Everyone”. Guest
will lead arts and crafts activities from 10:00-12:00.
is an hour of games and
activities for Kindergarten and up, led by a great group of volunteer
more about Unitarian Universalist Religious
Education, visit www.uua.org.
Religious Education program thrives due to the enthusiasm
and teamwork of our super and superb, volunteers.
would like to learn more about our program, contact
our Director of Religious Education at firstname.lastname@example.org
call 415-776-4580, ext. 232.
download our proposed 2012-2013
Program Now Hiring!
UUSF's Religious Education Program is hiring a part-time (8 hours per
month) Inclusion Assistant for our Children and Youth program. If
interested, please send cover letter and resume by Friday, November
Assistant Job Description Here
By The Rev. Alyson Jacks (September 2012)