Preschool & Entering Kindergarten
Picture Book UU
Centered around stories which emphasize the Seven Principles and the basic values of our faith, our preschoolers and children entering Kindergarten in the fall will discover what it means to be a Unitarian Universalist.
Grades 1-4 (in fall 2017)
Children in the OUUr Story class will hear some of the best children’s books and participate in engaging activities which exemplify what it means to be a UU. They will talk about the Seven Principles and the Six Sources, and learn about some of our faith’s famous forbearers, such as Henry David Thoreau.
Grades 5-8(in fall 2017)
You, the Creator
Our middle school students will explore the relationship between art and spirituality this summer. By looking at the different facets of creativity, the students will examine their spiritual beliefs via our First Source of Unitarian Universalism: Direct experience of that transcending mystery and wonder, affirmed in all cultures, which moves us to a renewal of the spirit and an openness to the forces which create and uphold life.
Rising Grades 9-12 including 2017 grads
A Mile in Their Shoes...
This summer Horizon will offer a variety of programming for its 14-18 year olds.
First and 3rd Sundays:
Teens can attend the service or assist in the younger children’ s classes.
Second and 4th Sundays Class: A Mile in Their Shoes
The teens will watch and discuss social justice themes drawn from episodes of the TV series, 30 Days, which follows volunteers who willingly spend an eye-opening month experiencing the real lives of other people.
Topics will include living as an American Muslim, as a person confined to a wheelchair, and as a new immigrant.