The Northshore Unitarian Universalist Church will hold a Religious Exploration Open House at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, September 21. Families with children are invited to attend our service, meet our community, and discuss our children’s programs. Meryl Baier, our RE Director, will meet with prospective parents about the program vision, curriculum, and what we teach for what age. You can find out more about our RE Program by clicking here.
Our Religious Exploration Program will begin on September 28 and offers programming for children from pre-school through eighth grade (in Young Church) at all of our regular Sunday services. Toddler care is available with advance notice, and we are happy to accommodate this need. High school youth are welcome to attend regular Sunday service; and our active Youth Group for high school youth meets on alternating Sunday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m.
We offer a learning environment where each child is valued. Our congregation is a place for fun, learning, and affirmation — a place where your values are supported by a loving, open-minded spiritual community. Our two classrooms for Young Church are divided based on age, grade, and comfort. Currently they are kindergarten through fourth grade, and fifth through eighth grade. The younger class will study Super Heroes from the Bible and Unitarian Universalism. The older class curriculum is You, the Justice Creator, which invites youth to be right with their world by helping to make their world right.
For more information, you may contact Ms. Baier at nsuu.dre@gmail or phone the church at (978) 774-7582.