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2018-2019 Programs

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Sunday Morning Programming:

9 a.m. Middle school youth programming:

Middle school youth are invited to join in our 9 a.m. multiage program in Spring Hall.

11 a.m. Middle school Youth Group:

The Middle School Youth Group is open to all youth from 6th grade through 8th grade. The emphasis in the middle school years will be an internal focus, with activities designed for early adolescents to look inside themselves and begin to understand the unique power and beauty they possess. We will find comfort in our Unitarian Universalist tradition of encouragement of one another and commitment to spiritual growth.

Of course it would not be a middle school youth group without fun, food, festivities and fellowship. We will be planning events with the youth throughout the year.


Special Events:

Puget Sound UU Middle School Conference:

Calling all middle schoolers!
From September 28-30, 2018 U.U churches from around the Puget Sound will be gathering at Camp Sealth on Vashon Island to kick off the year at the annual Puget Sound UU Middle School Conference. If your youth is in middle school, they are eligible to attend! Sign up today by clicking here to register! 
Unfamiliar with this con? Check out this fantastic presentation!
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Previous Events:

Coming of Age program

Every other year our 8th, 9th and 10th graders are invited to the Coming of Age program. This is a program which allows Youth to deepen their relationship with East Shore Unitarian Church and Unitarian Universalism. The program includes each youth being matched with an adult member of the congregation. The youth and mentors engage in meaningful conversations about a wide range of topics from religion to social justice and how those topics influence how the youth see the world through a Unitarian Universalist lens. The program ends with a worship service, led by the youth, where they make a credo statement about their faith.