Youth Religious Program
In these classes, youth learn about our principles and sources through workshops and activities. Classes are multicultural in that we analyze different faith-based systems and embrace the similarities between cultures. Service projects are offered throughout the school year so youth can embrace our social justice roots.
5th – Leigh Kostis and Doug Russell will begin Unit 6 with the Coming of Age youth. Teens are invited to share pot luck with their mentors.
19th – Melanie Hetzel-Riggin and John Galle-Boyko will continue Unit 6 lesson with the Coming of Age youth.
In March the Coming of Age teens will be discussing Justice and Unitarian Universalism. We will look at 4 ways UU’s try and make a difference in the world. The students will interview their mentors about their social action work, as well as spending a morning doing social service with the Eastside Neighborhood program.