Children and teens who are in K/1st to 8th grade start in the 10:00 am service with their families. Following the “Wisdom Story,” children and teens will go with their teachers to their gathering space indoors or outdoors depending on the weather.

Community Garden Fall Clean-up, October 2023

World of Wonder: (K-3rd grade)  

Beginning in 2024, our Kindergarten to 3rd Grade group will use a UU curriculum called “World of Wonder.” This program is founded on the premise that direct experience in nature is essential to children’s physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual development. Each session is designed to inspire and nurture young people’s connection to the Earth. Download Schedule: WOW 2024 

Jubilee Kids: (4th-5th grade)

Jubilee Kids provides an age appropriate exploration of race, racism and racial identity. It will also provide your child with basic information and experiences that open conversations in your family about responsibility and respect as it relates to racial justice and inclusion. Emphasis is on experiential learning through art, drama, games, and group circle processes. This program is taught by Amy Freedman and Anderson Manuel and is open to the local community.

Amy Freedman
Anderson Manuel

Jubilee Kids Dates: All sessions will be held on Sunday mornings from 10:15 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.

January 28

Jubilee Kids & Parent/Caregiver Introduction

February 4

Session 1

Race, Ethnicity, and Nationality

February 25

Session 2

Physical Differences

March 3

Session 3

Family Culture

March 10

Session 4

Race and Popular Culture

March 17

Session 5

Historical Racism and Modern Relations

March 24

Session 6

Our Unitarian Universalist Stories

April 7

Session 7

Equity and Power- Inclusion

April 21

Jubilee Kids & Parent/Caregiver Celebration: Beloved Community


Crossing Paths visits the Islamic Center of Boston, January 2023

Crossing Paths: (6th-8th grade) 

Join the adventure!

Starting in 2024, we will continue Crossing Paths, a new version of our beloved Neighboring Faiths program. Together we will explore many religious traditions while nurturing and deepening our Unitarian Universalist identity. For each tradition, we will engage in experiential learning with activities, engaging questions, spiritual practices, and multi-media. A highlight will be visiting houses of worship and interviewing people about their beliefs and traditions.

This year we will explore Catholicism, Baha’i, Hinduism, Quakerism, Christian Science, and Judaism. Most sessions will be held on Sunday mornings, but some visits to houses of worship will need to be on other days and times—stay tuned for updates! We are excited to embark on this meaningful journey with you.

Download Schedule: Crossing Paths 2024