Ninth to Twelfth Grade

 

SENIOR HIGH YOUTH GROUP

Coming of Age and Bridging

The curriculum this church year is “Coming of Age for those in grade 9-11 and “Bridging” for those in 12th grade.

Coming of Age:

Unitarian Universalist teenagers usually join their congregations with a special “Coming of Age” ceremony. This ceremony is often preceded by a year-long curriculum helping them to learn more about Unitarian Universalism and articulate their own beliefs. The Coming of Age ceremony usually features the youth reading their statements of personal belief (credo statements) to the congregation.  The teens are assigned a mentor who meets with them through t the church year and guides them through their individualized ceremony (usually late Spring).

Bridging: https://www.uuworld.org/articles/bridging-ritual-process-commitment

Led by Brad & Lisa Greene and Samantha McCoy.

9/8 Homecoming Multigenerational Service
9/15 Session 1: Why are we here?
9/22 Session 2: UU 101
9/29 Mentors: opening session
10/6 Semi-Multigenerational Service – Westport Children’s Opera
10/13 Session 3: Curriculum
10/20 SUUnday FUUnday/Attend the Service
10/27 Mentors #2
11/3 Session 4: Curriculum
11/10 Social Action: Start Planning
11/17 Attend the service
11/24 Multigenerational Service
12/1 Mentors #3
12/8 Session 5: Curriculum/SUNDAY FUNDAY!!?
12/15 Multigenerational Service
12/22 Social Action
12/24 Multigenerational Services at 4:30 & 7:00
12/29 NO RE
1/5
1/12
1/19 Social Justice Intersession
1/26
2/2
2/9 Multigenerational Service
2/16
2/23
3/1
3/8
3/15 SUNDAY FUNDAY!!
3/22 Multigenerational Service
3/29
4/5
4/12 RE Worship Circle?
4/19
4/26
5/3
5/10
5/17 COA Service (3rd-8th in Service)
5/24 SUNDAY FUNDAY!!
5/31
6/7 RE Sunday Multigenerational Service
6/14
6/21 Flower Communion/Bridging Multigenerational

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