Children and Youth Programs

Nursery (ages 0-3)

During Sunday Services children aged 0-3 are invited to play in the Nursery. Our nursery staff provide fun games and activities as well as a healthy snack. Parents are always welcome to join the children in the nursery or keep the children with them during service.

Children (ages 4-8)

During Sunday Services, children aged 4-8 years old are invited to come downstairs after the story for all ages. The children play games, make crafts, read stories, and explore dance and drama through themes such as the environment, intangible gifts, the seven Unitarian principles, and world religions. Parents are always welcome to join the children downstairs or keep the children with them during service.

Youth (ages 8-14)

During Sunday Services, the youth, aged 8-14 years old, are invited to come downstairs after the story for all ages. The youth share stories of their week and explore themes of values, world religions, Unitarianism and teenage-hood (for older youth) through games, music, drama, art and discussion. Parents are always welcome to join the youth downstairs and youth are also always welcome to stay upstairs in the service.

Youth Group (12+)

The youth group is a place for youth aged 12 and up to build friendship, community and stewardship in a fun and welcoming environment. Youth meet once a month for a themed event such as movie or games night, field trips to exhibits or shows, community volunteer projects (chosen and led by youth) and occasional sleepovers.

Please contact our spiritual development program coordinator, at coordinator@guelph-unitarians.com or 519-835-3443, to be added to the contact list for notification on upcoming youth events.

OWL

Our Whole Lives Sexual Education Program (OWL) is a a life-span education curriculum for children, youth, young adults and adults of all sexual orientations. This education series covers six subjects in accurate, age-appropriate ways: human development, relationships, personal skills, sexual behaviour, sexual health and society and culture. It approaches the topic in a holistic manner, exploring both the facts about anatomy and human development as well as individual values, interpersonal skills and spiritual, emotional and social aspects of sexuality in a non-judgemental way. For more information on OWL please see http://www.uua.org/re/owl/.

We offer OWL for different age ranges throughout the year. See below, for current and upcoming courses. To sign up for an OWL program please contact coordinator@guelph-unitarians.com

No current OWL Programs

 

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