This Summer, register for one of our three multi-age, hands-on experiences: Spirit Play, Magic of Hogwarts, and Harry Potter and the Sacred Text. Nursery Care available for children ages 6 months- 3 years. Each class explores Unitarian Universalism through a different lens. Register Today!
We are also looking for high school youth and adults who would like to help as guides this summer in our classrooms. Prep time is minimal, and guides can sign up for as many Sundays as they would like. Be a part of a magical summer at WBUUC! Sign Up Here
Children entering Prek-1st Our UU Principles and Sources explored through stories from all over the world in this Montessori-inspired curriculum. Each session features interactive storytelling and a special craft.
Summer Soulwork (grades 1-7):
Join us each Sunday to explore spiritual practices including crafting, yoga, meditation, storytelling, games and more. Participants will have an opportunity build friendships and freely explore de-stressing strategies in a relaxed environment. Take home skills that will help you stay centered all year long! Open to children entering grades 1-7.
Magic of Hogwarts:
Get sorted into a Hogwarts House, discover your patronus, and use your powers to make the world a better place. This 13-week, interactive program will bring the Magic of Hogwarts right to the halls of WBUUC and challenge young witches and wizards to find the magic within.
I: Children entering grades 2-7
Harry Potter and the Sacred Text:
Youth entering 8th grade through 12th grade
Vanessa Zoltan and Casper ter Kuile ask: “What if we read the books we love as if they were sacred texts? What would we learn? How might they change us?” Harry Potter and the Sacred Text podcast is a fun, weekly podcast that invites listeners to examine themes in Harry Potter and how these themes are present in our own lives. Join friends, share a snack, and help Harry Potter come to life in today’s world.
Note: Youth entering grades 8-12 are also welcome to sign up as mentors for Spirit Play and SUUper Heroes classes. If you like story telling and comic books, contact email@example.com for more details.
2 Easy Ways to register:
- Click Here to go directly to the registration page. While you can register as a guest, we you to create an account if you haven’t already. This gives you easy access to your family’s information, communications, and class registration information.
- Or, if you have already created a Church Life/ Access ACS account, simply sign in and click the available registrations link at the top of the page. (Or check to see if your children are registered by clicking “Available Registrations” at the bottom of the page).
By creating a Church Life account, you can access and update your contact information, check to see if you have registered for classes, add additional programs like Youth Choir or Coming of Age to your current registrations, and access a current church directory. You can also download the Church Life app for directory and calendar access on your mobile device.