Next week is Spring Break! We will not have programming Wednesday, March 16th.

At Home in Our Church Grades K-6 6:00-7:15
Last session. After Spring Break Outside ChUURch resumes
Room 111
Parent Helpers needed!
Session 16:

My Church

Feb 2- April 20, 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Room 113

This workshop explores the pressures that youth feel regarding gender stereotypes.

September 15 – May 25, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Room 107
Sexually Transmitted Infections
This workshop provides information about sexually transmitted infections and takes a social justice approach to this topic that provides an important experience for participants.

Coming of Age (8-9 grade)
September 8– May 15 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Griffin Mentor Night

Writing your Credo

Childrens' Chapel is part of Sunday Service!*

This year, children and youth 12 and older will be encouraged to remain with us, in the auditorium or on ZOOM, each week. There will be a short children’s sermon rather than a children’s story on most weeks (some outside guests may still use stories) and you’ll notice the meditation has been moved to the first half of the service so that even the smallest children can join us. The chalice lighting song sung by the children will be used for frequent chalice lightings, and children will be doing some of the chalice lighting readings when they are used. We will still sing out the smallest children for monitored play and community building.

*Registration is not required
YRUU Grades 9-12
Sundays (September – May), 6:00 pm, ON Zoom For Jan

The Young Religious Unitarian Universalist (YRUU) group allows teens to bond through exploration of personal and spiritual rituals, participation in engaging activities, and empowering social activism projects. If you would like to join YRUU, please click here.
Youth Chalice Lighting/ Readings

Does your youth want to be a youth celebrant and do the chalice lighting and/or readings? Use the sign-up below to have your youth be part of the service. This can be recorded ahead of time and sent in to be shown during the service.

First Unitarian Church of Des Moines
Director of Faith Formation
Devon McClurken