Religious Exploration for Children
Our Religious Exploration programs encourage inquiring minds, builds self-identity, and instills a mindset that motivates the children’s thoughts and actions beyond Sunday mornings. We strive to provide our children with an environment that elicits compassion, empowerment, and self-reflection, as well as promotes justice, acceptance, and a desire to seek and speak their truth! We teach the kids about their inherent responsibility to advocate and put forth action that creates visible change, as a vital addition to simply lending an ear, a hand, and a shoulder to cry on.
Our Religious Exploration programs are values-based and are designed to enrich the spiritual lives of children, youth, and families. We strive to help one another grow in spiritual practice, deepen understanding and respect for our religiously diverse world, and live UU principles in daily life. We encourage parents and guardians to ask questions, visit classrooms, and participate in a variety of programs to support spiritual growth. We look forward to working with you to nurture the spiritual lives of our children and youth!
CartUUns (will return -date TBD) Every other week, 10am-11am
Would you like to bring your K-5 child to Beacon for Religious Exploration? If so, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The popular CartUUns curriculum will return to Beacon (date tbd) , with a new combined format! K-5th graders will be able to come to Beacon or stay on Zoom at home while they discuss and make crafts based around Pixar and Disney shorts, all while learning UU and Life values that will be incredible additions to their toolbox. Taught with a facilitator in the classroom and Stephanie Van Belle collaborating on Zoom. Zoom link will be provided to interested families.
Craft Bags For Families on Zoom