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Sunday Programming & Calendar

On a typical Sunday:

10 am service

  • Toddlers and Pre-K start in their classroom
  • Cherub Choir (grades 1-3) begins following the Story for All Ages
  • Kindergarten through 9th grade starts in service before moving to their classrooms
  • Grades 10-12 are welcome to help out with the younger grades or to enjoy the 10 o’clock service with their families in the Sanctuary or in the Sponge Room.

11:30 am service:

  • Toddlers and Pre-K start in their classroom
  • Children’s Choir (grades 4-7)
  • K-5th grade starts in service
  • Grades 6-9 are welcome to help out with the younger grades or to enjoy the 11:30 service in Emerson Hall.
  • Youth in grades 10-12 meet in the Sponge Room for Youth Group and lunch 11:30 am-1:30 pm.

1:30 pm – Youth Choir
3 pm – Youth Band
Watch your email or check the calendar for changes to programming!

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Special Events

OCCJ Teen Trialogues
Normally this is a series conducted by OCCJ and includes denominations across the city. This year this event will be conducted via Zoom on February 21, 2021. The theme will be centered on the 1921 Race Massacre, and the response from each attendee’s faith concerning these events. It is open to all of our middle and high school youth. We will share more information as it becomes available.
Coming of Age Sunday
Each Spring we celebrate our 9th graders with this special Sunday service. As Unitarian Universalists, we give our youth the power and responsibility of sharing with us what they believe. Throughout the year, the 9th grade Coming of Age class learn to identify their values, understand their beliefs and learn more about themselves. The Coming of Age class culminates in the youth delivering their credo—their own, personal statement of belief that they want to share with the world. Be a part of this experience and support our youth in taking authority of their own spirituality and theology. You may even be inspired to better articulate your own beliefs!
Youth Sunday
Every year, the high school youth are given the honor and privilege to take over the sanctuary, the chancel and the pulpit. With this responsibility, they are able to show All Souls and the world what they are about, what matters to them, and to share their considerable wisdom. The youth will create, select, and perform every bit of the service; from music to prayer to our Seniors sharing their sermons. This inspiring service will fill you with hope.