FAMILY MINISTRY AND SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASSES AND PROGRAMS
UUSF's Family Ministry Committee and family religious education will focus on deepening connections and building beloved community this Fall. Each Sunday School date will focus on one of our 8 Principles. We will rotate through one age-based class, one all ages group learning activity, and one community building activity each month. Our goal is to build relationships among children, youth, and families while integrating our values and principles into our everyday lives. We will need help from the entire community to make this happen, including adult volunteers and kid/youth leaders who want to support and coordinate these efforts.
This year we are pleased to welcome our new Minister of Congregational Life, the Reverend Laura Shennum. She will be taking over management of our education program.
Please save the date for our Opening Sunday, September 11, as we begin the church year and launch this great experiment in community building. This is also Rev. Laura's first official day at UUSF.
Sunday School Registration IS OPENB! Join us for this new adventure! If you have questions, email email@example.com
ABOUT OUR PROGRAM
Our Sunday School program offers children and youth a safe and supportive space to grow spiritually, to take part in joyful faith exploration, learn about Unitarian Universalism, build community, and have fun! Please check back for further updates on next year's program.
Our Sunday School Program and childcare are off for the summer. Programming will resume on September 11. If you have questions or need assistance, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FAMILY MINISTRY COMMITTEE
We seek to create beloved community, transform lives, promote justice, and foster universal values of love, respect, and responsibility for children, youth and families. With programming that engages heart, mind, and body, and working in collaboration with the wider community, we celebrate our children’s unique sense of self, their place in our wider Unitarian Universalist movement today, and for generations to come.
To this end, we will:
Advocate for Family Ministry and build community in the broader church.
Implement programs and processes that embody UU principles.
Provide opportunities to engage in social action and service.
Foster family ownership and stewardship of our Family Ministry programs.
Welcome and support all families