Adolescence is when many people begin to question and sometimes challenge their elders' beliefs, while articulating and affirming their own spirituality and ethics. As Unitarian Universalists, we believe that this questioning and creative time is a sacred one that deserves our best attention, support, and celebration.
We provide young people with a place to share their true selves with peers who value their uniqueness and accept them as they are.
Please follow the links below for more information about specific classes.
- Riddle and Mystery (6th and 7th grade)
- Our Whole Lives (8th grade sexuality education)
- Quest (9th grade coming of age)
- YRUU ( 10th—12th grade Young Religious Unitarian Universalists)
Our middle and high school groups meet, generally, from 5-7pm on Sundays. However, each class and group has an individual calendar that has its own schedule. Contact your youth's teacher or the youth director to receive a calendar.
Questions? Please contact Our Youth Director
My husband and I would like to register our daughter, Heather Vallone, for O.W.L. this coming year, if you have space to accommodate her. We're members of Channing Memorial Church and our older daughter, Holly, attended O.W.L. at UUCC a couple of years ago. Could you please let me know if we can register Heather this year?
Also, when Holly attended, I believe, as non-members, we were asked to put in $100.00. If that amount has gone up since that time, just let us know.