Class Schedule & Age Groups

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Please note that all Youth Ed classes are currently being held via Zoom until further notice. Click here for Zoom information. 


Current Happenings in Youth Ed


April 2021


For the next several weeks, lessons in Virtual Youth Ed will follow along with Rev. Evin's Sunday talks. 

This Sunday, April 11, the theme is Don't Tell Me to Relax! We'll explore the importance of expressing our emotions and create some art to do just that. NOTE: We are back to our regular Zoom meeting time of 10:00 AM.


Coming Soon... In-Person Youth Ed!


As more people are vaccinated and the pandemic abates, we hope to resume in-person meetings later this spring! We will still follow all recommended safety precautions, including wearing masks and maintaining social-distancing, but will once again get to meet each other face to face! ...Or at least mask-to-mask! We're hoping for late April or early May, but will monitor circumstances and make a decision as they warrant.

Stay tuned for exact dates!


We hope you'll join us!


How to Join via Zoom


If you wish to have your child connect with us on Zoom, and haven't yet contacted us, please send your request via email to by 7pm Saturday evening. After vetting, you will be sent Zoom contact information.















Schedule (to be resumed once we are again meeting in person)

Nursery care and Youth Education lessons are offered during our 10am Sunday service. Children must be signed-in and picked up by the same parent, guardian or caretaker. 

Nursery for Infants and Toddlers (0-3 years) 

Our nursery is staffed by qualified child care providers. Our main focus with this age group is to reinforce the concept that Spirit is within us, around us, everywhere present and loves us unconditionally. This is done through loving care of your child, music and movement, creative projects thematic to the time of year and appropriate group and individual play.

UniTots (Pre-school through Kindergarten)

The beginnings of metaphysical interpretation are introduced here. Children are introduced to Jesus as a person who had challenges and difficulties but created a relationship with God that helped him to move through these challenges with loving kindness and generosity.

UniKids (Grades 1-3 and 4-5)

The child learns to understand that Jesus was a human being who lived as an example of God moving in and through us. The children learn that we are inherently good and have choices in actions.

UniTeens (Grades 6-8)

UniTeens learn to be receptive to the idea that God is a mental attitude that works in and through us. They learn to understand that they are the creator of their own world through the thoughts they give power to and what they choose to see and believe. They begin to gain the ability to look past the literal appearance of a situation and to focus on the good the situation brings. They learn that the Kingdom of God is within them and that we each have the power to live and do as Jesus did.

Y.O.U. (Youth of Unity) (Grades 9-12)

Our high school age kids learn to look past the initial appearance of a situation and to focus on the inherent good of every person. They learn that the Kingdom of God is within them and that we each have the power to live and do as Jesus did.