Sundays, 12:00-1:00 PM  Online

In many faith traditions this is the age when youth explore their tradition, with the understanding that after these years of reflection, the youth choose their path and spiritual practice. In Unitarian Universalism this is known as Coming of Age. This year offers a Coming of Age program that provides an opportunity to reflect on the values and beliefs one wants to hold close to their heart.  We will observe what our Marin landscape can teach us, explore various faith traditions, and come to find words and expressions of our spirituality.

Our team has created a religious exploration program that strives to engage spiritually and encourages growth. The principles we use foster community, and leave one feeling happy and connected. Rooted in a foundation of shared UU values and traditions, we hope to encourage youth, with adult support, to ask big questions, try out new spiritual practices, and engage in social action.

 If you are in 6th to 9th grade this year, come join Youth Coordinators Carter Smith and Charlotte Cramer. Together we  will have fun building connection and sharing meaningful experiences with other youth while we explore one’s heart calling.

For more information and ways to engage, please reach out to:

Carter Smith at Carter@uumarin.org,

Charlotte Cramer at Charlotte@uumarin.org or

Rev. Lynne, Director of Family Ministries, at revlynne@uumarin.org .


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