About Family Faith Formation
Welcome to our Family Faith Formation Program. The primary goal of our Program is to offer a safe community for our families to develop their beliefs and understand our UU faith and principles. We aim to inspire discovery, inquiry, interrelationships, and reverence for life in all its diversity.
All programs are held at the 105 Fairview Ave. meeting rooms at 10:30 a.m. For more information, contact our Director of FFF, Alie Christopher, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chalice Children (Pre-K Through Primary)
At Central Unitarian Church, we believe that faith development and religious exploration are lifelong endeavors. This Program offers a journey into the fundamentals of Unitarian Universalism. We provide various engaging activities such as reading, arts and crafts, and group discussions to help children understand the principles and sources that shape our faith and guide us in defining ourselves.
7th – 9th Graders
For our students in grades 7 through 9, we offer a 3-tier journey of deeper learning and self-discovery. From Building Bridges, through Our Whole Lives and the Coming of Age programs, our young people progress from learning about other faiths to developing their beliefs.
Youth Group (10th – 12th Graders)
For young adults in grades 10-12, our Youth Group offers an open space for reflection and discussion about their lives and their relationship with UU. The group also participates in social action, community outreach, fundraising, and various activities.