Coming of Age

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This Sunday is the culmination of our Coming-of-Age youth mentorship program: seven youth, ages 12-14, exploring with each other and their adult mentors about identity, spirituality, beliefs, and Unitarianism.  Today they share with the whole congregation their personal Credo, a statement of belief at this stage in their lives.  We recognize and mark their move from childhood into growing self-determination with a Bridging ceremony between children and youth.

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Kiersten Moore is our Director of Children's and Youth Religious Education.
Members participate in a wide variety of ways in our worship services either as part of a group or presenting the sermon and key parts of the service.