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Youth Religious Education

YOUTH RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

 

Youth RE

For students 7th-12th grade. This year we will use the UUA Tapestry of Faith curriculum Building Bridges: A World Religions Program. It is a story-based program that is age appropriate, roughly chronological, and shows religious evolution over human history. Additionally, the Youth RE students will attend many field trips to various worship centers in an effort to deepen their understanding of this dynamic world in which we live as well as broaden their knowledge of humanity and embolden their spiritual search.  Online enrollment is open, so register today.

Youth Group & Jr. Youth Group

Youth in grades 7 through 12 will gather with caring adults in a nurturing space to deepen their understanding of self, build bonds with peers and adults, articulate their values and spiritual beliefs, and engage in service both inside the congregation and in the wider community. We meet on the first and third Sunday of the month from 12:30 to 2pm.  Online enrollment is open, so register today.

The next Youth Group event is volunteering at Second Harvest on Saturday, Dec 3 from1-4pm. Register below.

Second Harvest

More Awesomeness

Our Religious Education classes start as young as age four. You may also be interested in our Nursery care or special events. For a complete overview of our programs, please visit the Children’s Religious Education (CRE) page to learn more.

Our Whole Lives (OWL)

OWL is is the age-appropriate compliment to any parents’ human sexuality education efforts. This secular curriculum is based firmly on the values of respect, responsibility, justice and inclusivity. We offer four of the six OWL courses: K-1, Upper Elementary, Middle School and High School. Please see our OWL page for additional information on upcoming classes.

Get Involved

We are helping to raise the next generation of UU’s and we all have a part to play. What skills and talents would you like to share with the kids of 1U? Please visit our Volunteer Page to start your journey.

For more information contact:
Regina Knabe, Director of Religious Education at DRE@OrlandoUU.org