Justice for All – We Are Justice Makers
Learning, Sharing and Caring Together
Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek. – Barack Obama
- Preschool – Chalice Children
- Kindergarten-5th Grade – Justice For All
- 6th-8th Grades – Justice for All
- 9th-12th Grades – Heeding the Call/Be the Change
Chalice Children (Preschool)
The preschoolers will explore our church and its values and the community we build together. They will learn about the people of the church as well as the special celebrations and rituals we have. There is space for curiosity, exploration, and play as the children learn and grow together.
Justice for All (Kindergarten-5th Grade)
This comprehensive humane education helps children create a world where they can peacefully coexist with each other and respect and honor the web of life of which we are all a part. This curriculum encourages children to think about their responsibility to the earth and all of her inhabitants and provides them with the tools to make informed and compassionate choices. By providing children with information and the atmosphere to develop solutions for modern problems, we aspire to empower them to create a more peaceful and sustainable planet.
Justice for All (6th-8th Grades)
This humane education addresses social justice, animal protection, and environmental ethics and the ways in which these areas are interconnected. Students will develop a deeper understanding of the world around them and uncover meaningful ways that they can make a positive impact. This curriculum fosters a global community of change-makers who are able to create a more peaceful, just, and sustainable world for all.
Heeding the Call/Be the Change (9th-12th Grades)
This combination curriculum offers a unique opportunity to engage youth in the critical work of developing skills as a Unitarian Universalist committed to social justice. We will encourage youth to reflect on their own lives and make connections to the lives lived by others who face the complexities of living lives of justice. We will also provide a space for discussions about the role of race, identity, and justice in living out their faith.