Youth and Family Program
We believe that all children of this generation are very special and have come to uplift the consciousness of this planet. As youth facilitators, we are dedicated and take our job seriously while inspiring the kids to be themselves and have fun.
Our classrooms are spacious and bright, and our curriculum is written by professionals and age-appropriate. With open hearts and minds, we have been rebuilding our program geared to the future so we will have the ability to accommodate children of all ages. Facilitators and parents come together in focus groups to bring the best ideas to the forefront to benefit the children.
Safety is our No. 1 priority. Our standards of practice require all facilitators and assistants to complete an application and background check to be considered before working with the children.
If you are interested in volunteering with our program, please download, complete and return to us the following:
In addition, we have a system in place whereby parents sign in and sign out their child each Sunday.
If it’s your first visit, our ushers will direct you to the classroom so you can meet the facilitator. See you on Sunday!
Unity’s Five Basic Principles for Children
1. God is all good and active in everything, everywhere.
2. I am naturally good because God’s divinity is in me and in everyone.
3. I create my experiences by what I choose to think and what I feel and believe.
4. Through affirmative prayer and meditation, I connect with God and bring out the good in my life.
5. I do and give my best by living the truth I know. I make a difference.
Call out the Children…
by Myrtle Fillmore, co-founder of Unity
Our mission is not to entertain the children, but to call them out. To be always entertained is to be dwarfed and dependent. To be “called out” is to follow the harmonious law of the soul’s unfoldment. Who meddles with the rosebud? What fingers are deft enough to pry open that marvel of folded beauty? We are wise enough to leave it alone to follow the glad law of its own unfolding, but our children! Have we dealt as wisely with these buds of marvelous possibilities? Have we always remembered that they, too, must quicken and unfold through the innate law of their own genius?