As one component of our Lifespan Religious Education program, Family Ministry provides opportunities, resources, and support for families to engage their collective spiritual life and the work of societal and environmental transformation with more intention and depth through programming at the UUCC, with our partner organizations, and through activities at home. In addition, Family Ministry seeks to create opportunities to help our congregation be the village that supports families in the raising of their children.
Parents/caregivers and children are always navigating the tangle of intentions and realities that make up their daily lives together. In the years spent living together, family members are constantly growing and changing while maintaining busy school, work, and activity schedules. How do families manage to make meaning through it all? Family Ministry programming serves as a way of helping families honor meaningful transitions in family life, explore their place in the interdependent web of existence, and align family life with a deeper understanding of intersectional justice.
Reach out to our Director of Lifespan Religious Education, Paula Gribble to learn more: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to learn more about faith development and families on the Unitarian Universalist Association’s website.