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On most Sundays children and youth programs and the nursery for babies and toddlers are open during worship. Check the schedule below for details.

During the worship service there is usually a Time for All Ages story where children and parents may come forward to gather on the steps of the podium. Then the children are “sung out” to go to their respective programs.

Our programs combine story, song, art, movement, discussion, and play to engage children with many learning styles, abilities, and activity levels.  Look for other fun activities for families like the annual campout.

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Programs

Register for UUSLO’s 2022 Religious Exploration Program

Children's Programs

We strive to help nurture children to become kind, respectful, fair-minded, caring, and strong enough to side with love and fight for justice.  In our religious exploration programming and multi-age classes “Littles” (Grades K-2) & “Middles” (Grades 3-6) we nurture truth-seeking, spirituality, and progressive moral values that will continue to shape and support our children as they grow.

Youth Programs

Our Jr. high & High School “BIGS” YoUUth Group engage in weekly discussions, workshops & Soul Matters curriculum programming to further deepen their Unitarian Universalist faith. They put their faith into action every day by daring to be real, showing acceptance and support, leading with courage and acting for justice.

OWL (Our Whole Lives)

We offer “Our Whole Lives” (OWL) for school age children. OWL is a lifespan, comprehensive sexuality education program, inclusive and holistic in its approach. Leveled curriculum classes by grade level include: K-1, 4-6, & 7-9. Trained facilitators lead groups through a series of interactive lessons. They provide honest and accurate information about relationships and sexuality in an age-appropriate way.

While Our Whole Lives is secular, it is not value-free. The program gives clear messages about the following key sexuality issues: self-worth, sexual health, responsibility, justice, and inclusivity. Our Whole Lives recognizes and respects the diversity of participants with respect to biological sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, and disability status. The activities and language used throughout the program have been carefully chosen to be as inclusive as possible of this human diversity.

Parents are affirmed as their children’s primary sexuality educator. Non-members are welcome to participate. Fees may apply, with scholarships available.

For more information about Our Whole Lives go to… https://www.uua.org/re/owl

Register for UUSLO’s 2022 Religious Exploration Program

Children's Programs

We strive to help nurture children to become kind, respectful, fair-minded, caring, and strong enough to side with love and fight for justice.  In our religious exploration programming and multi-age classes “Littles” (Grades K-2) & “Middles” (Grades 3-6) we nurture truth-seeking, spirituality, and progressive moral values that will continue to shape and support our children as they grow.

Youth Programs

Our Jr. high & High School “BIGS” YoUUth Group engage in weekly discussions, workshops & Soul Matters curriculum programming to further deepen their Unitarian Universalist faith. They put their faith into action every day by daring to be real, showing acceptance and support, leading with courage and acting for justice.

OWL (Our Whole Lives)

We offer “Our Whole Lives” (OWL) for school age children. OWL is a lifespan, comprehensive sexuality education program, inclusive and holistic in its approach. Leveled curriculum classes by grade level include: K-1, 4-6, & 7-9. Trained facilitators lead groups through a series of interactive lessons. They provide honest and accurate information about relationships and sexuality in an age-appropriate way.

While Our Whole Lives is secular, it is not value-free. The program gives clear messages about the following key sexuality issues: self-worth, sexual health, responsibility, justice, and inclusivity. Our Whole Lives recognizes and respects the diversity of participants with respect to biological sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, and disability status. The activities and language used throughout the program have been carefully chosen to be as inclusive as possible of this human diversity.

Parents are affirmed as their children’s primary sexuality educator. Non-members are welcome to participate. Fees may apply, with scholarships available.

For more information about Our Whole Lives go to… https://www.uua.org/re/owl

Click here for Soul Matters materials (Worship, RE, and Small Group Ministry resources).

Meet Our Educators

Janet Murphy

Many of you know me from UUSLO positions I have held. Throughout the years, I have been a member of the Aesthetics team, Board of Trustees, BlUUmers, Worship Arts committee,…

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