*If you are a visitor guest, we welcome your child to attend the appropriate class below.*

Dreamers (3 year olds)

Our “Dreamers” utilize the curriculum, Chalice Children, which delves deep into our Unitarian Universalist faith. It strives not just to teach about our faith, but also to provide experiences around the strength of community, the wonder and awe that transcend everyday understanding, and life issues we all share. In a group setting, with loving adult guides, young children can engage in spiritual seeking, develop their openness to sharing, and experience the benefit of a supportive community.

Students meet at 11am in the Susan B. Anthony in lower Peace Hall.

Discoverers (4 Years Old by 9/1)

Our Pre-K class uses the curriculum, Spiritplay, a Montessori approach which frees the children to engage with self-selected work after an initial story is presented by the class “storyteller”. This curriculum helps children to live into their own answers to the existential questions: Where did we come from? What are we doing here?  How do we choose to live our lives?  What happens when we die? Students are invited to “wonder” freely about these big questions as they respond to stories that draw on our UU Sources and explore the UU Principles as promises.


Pre-K Spiritplay meets at 11am in the Dorothea Dix room.

Wonderers (Kindergarten & 1st Grade)

Our K & 1st grade class also uses the curriculum, Spiritplay, a Montessori approach which frees the children to engage with self-selected work after an initial story is presented by the class “storyteller”. This curriculum helps children to live into their own answers to the existential questions: Where did we come from? What are we doing here?  How do we choose to live our lives?  What happens when we die?  Students are invited to “wonder” freely about these big questions as they respond to stories that draw on our UU Sources and explore the UU Principles as promises.


Wonderers attend the first portion of the service with their families and adjourn to the Thomas Jefferson room in lower Peace Hall following the Time for All Ages. Students will follow teacher’s assistants carrying colored and marked banners to their classroom.

Investigators (2nd & 3rd grades)

Our Investigators will be using the Faithful Journeys curriculum this year. Participants will embark on a pilgrimage of faith, exploring how  Unitarian Universalism translates into life choices and everyday actions. Stories about real people will model how participants can activate their own personal agency-their capacity to act faithfully as Unitarian Universalists-in their own lives. Faithful Journeys demonstrates that our principles are not a dogma, but a credo that individuals can affirm with many kinds of actions

Students attend the first portion of the service with their families and adjourn to the Ralph Waldo Emerson in lower Peace Hall following the Time for All Ages. Students will follow teacher’s assistants carrying colored and marked banners to their classroom.

Orienteers (4th & 5th grades)

Orienteers will spend their year exploring the teachings of Jesus, the historical figure, through contemporary and ancient sources. Our goal is not only to educate students about Jesus as a a person, but also about his significance in society as we know it. Upon doing this, students will be better prepared to understand a world that bases many of its ideals in Christianity while being a safe space where dogma is never pushed onto them.

Students attend the first portion of the service with their families and adjourn to the Clara Barton room in upper Peace Hall following the Time for All Ages. Students will follow teacher’s assistants carrying colored and marked banners to their classroom.

Active Learners (2nd through 5th grades)

Our Active Learners class is an alternative to traditional Sunday School classes, offered to our 2nd-5th grader students who love hands-on activities. Active Learners explore UU principles and positive social interactions while engaging in hands-on building projects.  Led on most weeks by Bo Chagnon, this class seeks to be intentionally inclusive and exceptionally affirming. Participants are required to sign up in advance if they would like to join the Active Learners on any given Sunday. Email Tryst Chagnon at [email protected] for more information.


Students attend the first portion of the service with their families and adjourn to the Beatrix Potter room in lower Peace Hall following the Time for All Ages. Students will follow teacher’s  assistants carrying colored and marked banners to their classroom.

Voyagers (6th through 8th grades)

This year, our middle school class will be exploring Right from Wrong through the curriculum Amazing Grace. Its purpose is to equip them for moving safely and productively through the middle and high school years, when they will be continually tugged towards both ends of the ethics continuum. Through their involvement in Amazing Grace, youth will come to recognize and depend on their Unitarian Universalist identity and resources as essential to their movement towards understanding, independence, and fulfillment of personal promise. For the Middle School Youth group schedule, please click here.
Students meet in the Teen Cave in lower Founder’s Hall at 11:00am.

High School Youth Group  (9th-12th grades)

Our High School Youth Group meets on Sunday nights (September 17th-May). The group balances conversation, relationship building and content. For meeting and activity schedules visit, click here.

Students meet in the Teen Cave in lower Founder’s Hall on Sunday nights from 5-7pm.

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