A lively, vibrant community
ANNUAL ENROLLMENT FOR YOUTH
Please fill out this enrollment form each year. If you participate three or more times during a year, we ask you to fill out a registration form to help us plan the program and better serve this community! With accurate and up-to-date information, we can connect more easily with you and your family.
Youth Group Programs: Ages 11-14, Grades 6-8
Middle School Youth Upcoming Events
Youth Group: Ages 14-18, Grades 9-12
We’re on Facebook: for current, active members of high school youth group, request to join our private, group page here.
High School Youth Upcoming Events
We also have service projects and social events, each about once a month, during the year.
special events & opportunities
Check back here regularly for special youth group events.
Pacific Western Region of the Unitarian Universalist Association hosts a whole bunch of awesome events and opportunities for high school age youth. Here is a link to their main calendar to stay current with their offerings.
Volunteer In Our Programs
Children and Youth Programs have shifted during the pandemic to create online, offline, and hybrid programming. We continue to lift up our mission of building community, promoting justice, exploring spirituality, and practicing love. In our online and interactive classes, we need two adults in each room. Offline, we need your help organizing, strategizing, and reaching out to our families to stay connected and help provide support in whatever ways families need it. How might you be a part of this vital work?
Contact Director of Religious Education, Amanda Uluhan for more information about how you can help to center children, families, and youth at East Shore today!
A Call for Volunteers: we use Sign-up Genius for volunteer management and scheduling!
- Two adults for each Zoom classroom
- Volunteers can be co-leaders or “seconds”
- Age groups: 0-4, 4-8, 8-12, 12-14, 14-18
- Background check for all volunteers who work with children, youth, and vulnerable populations. We use UUA Safety Guidelines.
- Opportunities for adult involvement include: Kid’s groups, Youth groups, Fishbowls, Coming of Age mentors, and Offline!